Elizabeth Bradfield featured in The New Yorker
Professor Elizabeth Bradfield, the Jacob Ziskind Poet in Residence for 2012-2014, is featured in the July 29, 2013 edition of The New Yorker. Her poem "We All Want to See a Mammal" can be found at the link. (Note: online edition is subscription-only.)
In addition to being a poet, Professor Bradfield works as an editor and naturalist. She has conducted wildlife expeditions everywhere from the Amazon River to Antarctica and Norway. Her two books of poetry, Approaching Ice (Persea, 2010) and Interpretive Work (Arktoi, 2008), received critical acclaim; the former was nominated for the James Laughlin Award and the latter won the Audre Lorde Prize, as well as a nomination for the prestigious Lambda Literary Award. More about her poetry, and her work as editor of Broadsided Press, at her website.