Laura Gill is a writer, editor, photographer, and teacher. She received her MFA from Bennington College, and her essays and photographs have been published in Agni, Barrelhouse, The Carolina Quarterly, Electric Literature, Entropy, Memoir Mixtapes, Swamp Ape Review, Windmill, Solidago, and The Blue Mesa Review. She is a contributing editor at Hobart, and a contributing writer of book reviews at Barrelhouse. She also the recipient of a Ragdale Residency. Here's an interview in which she cites gossip and jealousy as integral to her writing practice. Her relationship to photographs is an extension of her writing—like every writer, she craves images, and she'll do whatever she can to capture them.