David Crews is author of Wander-Thrush: Lyric Essays of the Adirondacks (Ra Press, 2018) and High Peaks (Ra Press, 2015)—a poetry collection that catalogs his hiking of the “Adirondack 46ers” in northern New York. He holds an MFA from Drew University where he studied with poets Ross Gay, Aracelis Girmay, Ira Sadoff, and Judith Vollmer. Crews serves as artist-in-residence with ARTS By The People, where he edits poetry and lyrical prose for Platform Review and the Platform Chapbook Series, and contributes as writing coordinator for Moving Words—a project that makes possible international collaboration among artists of prose, poetry, voice acting, and animation. His poem “Ecotone” was featured in the ABTP project Intonation—a collaboration between American poets and composers from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. His website: davidcrewspoetry.com.