Kelly Morse is the author of the award-winning poetry chapbooks Heavy Light (Two of Cups Press) and Thinking While Without Identity (Poetry International). Her creative work appears in Gulf Coast, Mid-American Review, The Cincinnati Review, Brevity, and elsewhere. Kelly holds an MFA from Boston University, is a Sustainable Arts Foundation Fellow and a Robert Pinsky Global Fellow and has been awarded residencies at the Vermont Studio Center, Mineral School, Cuttyhunk, and the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts. Recently she collaborated on the art installation Hothouse, which addresses embodied responses to climate change.
When I Say “Geoengineering,” You Say “What?”