Anna Laura Reeve is a poet living and writing in East Tennessee. Most of her prior work has been naturalist, feminist, and post-Christian, but more recently she’s finding a niche for poetry coming out of the weird edges of motherhood.
When she’s not working her day job at a Montessori preschool or handling parenting shit, she’s reading, gardening, forest-bathing, writing poetry and book reviews, or making as gorgeous a plate of food on a weeknight as possible.
Her work has appeared in Cutthroat, Sakura Review, Fourteen Hills, Rockhurst Review, The Knoxville Writer’s Guild, and others. She’s currently putting together her first poetry manuscript.