Caitlin Doyle holds an Elliston Fellowship in Poetry at the University of Cincinnati, where she serves as Associate Editor of The Cincinnati Review. Her poems, essays, and reviews have appeared in The Atlantic, The Guardian, The Yale Review, The Threepenny Review, Boston Review, Best New Poets (University of Virginia Press), and elsewhere. Her work has also been featured through the PBS NewsHour Poetry Series, Poetry Daily, and the Poetry Foundation’s Poem of the Day series. She has received awards and fellowships through the Yaddo Colony, the MacDowell Colony, the James Merrill House, the Jack Kerouac House, the Frost Farm, the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, the Amy Award series, and the P.E.O. Scholar Foundation, among others. Caitlin earned her MFA from Boston University as the George Starbuck Fellow in Poetry. At present, she is working toward the completion of her debut poetry collection.