Phoebe Reeves earned her MFA at Sarah Lawrence College, and now teaches English at the University of Cincinnati’s Clermont College, where she is also active in the faculty union, runs a poetry series, and tries to convince the librarians to spend all their money on poetry books.
She has two chapbooks of poems, The Gardener and the Garden, from Seven Kitchens press (2020) and The Lobes and Petals of the Inanimate from Pecan Grove Press (2009). Her poems have recently appeared in The Gettysburg Review, Best New Poets 2018, Drunken Boat, Phoebe, and Memorious.
She lives in Mt. Washington with husband and fiction writer, Don Peteroy, and their mild-mannered but lethal feline, Matter Energy Transfer Beam.