Travis Cebula lives with his wife and trusty dogs in Colorado, where he writes, edits and teaches creative writing. He graduated from the MFA program at Naropa University in 2009—the same year he founded Shadow Mountain Press, a small press that focuses on hand-made editions of poetry chapbooks. His poetry, stories, essays, reviews, and photography have appeared internationally. He is the author of six chapbooks and five full-length collections of poetry, including Ithaca, One Year in a Paper Cinema and After the Fox (with Sarah Suzor). Dangerous Things to Please a Girl is forthcoming from BlazeVOX books this Spring. You can find him every summer teaching with the Left Bank Writers Retreat in Paris, France.