Emily Vizzo is a San Diego poet, journalist, and educator whose work has appeared or is forthcoming in FIELD, The Journal, North American Review, The Normal School, and Blackbird. Her essay, “A Personal History of Dirt,” was listed as a notable essay for Best American Essays 2013. A San Diego Area Writing Project fellow, Emily serves as assistant managing editor at Drunken Boat, and volunteers with VIDA, Poetry International, and Hunger Mountain. She completed her MFA at the Vermont College of Fine Arts, and teaches yoga at the University of San Diego.
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