Jasmine Dreame Wagner is an American poet, multimedia artist, and musician. She is the author of On a Clear Day (Ahsahta Press) and Rings (Kelsey Street Press), winner of the Kelsey Street Press Firsts! Prize, selected by Elizabeth Robinson. She is also the author of six chapbooks: The Stag (Dancing Girl Press), Ask (Slope Editions), Seven Sunsets (The Lettered Streets Press), Rewilding (Ahsahta Press), Listening for Earthquakes (Caketrain), and True Crime (NAP). Her work appears in American Letters and Commentary, Beloit Poetry Journal, Colorado Review, Fence, Guernica, Hyperallergic, Witness, Yeti Magazine, and has been featured in two anthologies: The Arcadia Project: North American Postmodern Pastoral (Ahsahta Press) and Lost and Found: Stories from New York (Mr. Beller's Neighborhood Books). Wagner is the recipient of an Artist Fellowship from the Connecticut Office of the Arts and grants and residencies from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Hall Farm Center for Arts & Education, Kultuuritehas Polymer, Summer Literary Seminars, and The Wassaic Project. She is critically interested in the anthropocene and landscapes of possible futures and will compose a series of lyric essays about quarries during her time at Marble House Project.