Therese Gleason’s poetry and prose appear/are forthcoming in 32 Poems, America, Atlanta Review, Atticus Review, Cumberland River Review, Indiana Review, Jabberwock Review, Literary Mama, New Ohio Review, Notre Dame Review, Painted Bride Quarterly, Rattle, SWWIM, Valparaiso Poetry Review, West Trade Review, and others. She is author of two poetry chapbooks: Libation (2006), selected by Kwame Dawes as co-winner of the 2006 South Carolina Poetry Initiative Competition, and Matrilineal (2021), Honorable Mention in the 2022 Jean Pedrick Chapbook Competition from the New England Poetry Club. A Pushcart and Best-of-the-Net nominee, she was a finalist in the 2022 Wolfson Press chapbook contest and the 2022 Atlanta Review International Poetry Contest, and received an Honorable Mention for the Frank O’Hara Prize (The Worcester Review).