Lisha Adela García is a poet who has México, the United States and the land above, below and in between in her work. She has an MFA from Vermont College in Writing and currently resides in Texas with her beloved four legged children. Lisha’s chapbook is entitled, This Stone Will Speak, from Pudding House Press. Her book, Blood Rivers, from Blue Light Press of San Francisco was a finalist for the Andrés Montoya Prize at the University of Notre Dame. Lisha’s most recent book is entitled A Rope of Luna. She recently placed nationally in the Bodine-Brodinsky Prize. She most recently won a Tri-centennial poetry prize in San Antonio for her poem, Misión Concepción 1760. She is widely published in various journals including the Boston Review, Crab Orchard Review, Border Senses and Mom Egg Review. She also has a Masters in International Business from Thunderbird for the left side of her brain.