Alexandra van de Kamp is the author of The Park of Upside-Down Chairs, forthcoming from CW Books (WordTech Press) in the Spring of 2010.
Her earlier collections include The Photographer's Interview (2006, Premier Poets Chapbook Series: 34); A Living Book (2004), with artwork by Rebecca Aidlin; and The Rainiest May in the Twentieth Century (2002 Wind Magazine), winner of the 2001 Quentin R. Howard Poetry Prize.
Her poems, essays and translations have appeared in numerous journals, including Meridian, Rain Taxi, Red Rock Review, Poetry Northwest, Court Green, Salt Hill, Crab Orchard Review, Lake Effect, Quarter After Eight and Washington Square.
Her translations of two Spanish women poets, Ángela Pérez Ovejero and Marta López-Luaces, were featured in the Canadian magazine filling Station, and an interview with Billy Collins was
reprinted nationally in Imagine magazine (Johns Hopkins). She is one of the founding editors of Terra Incognita, an international literary/cultural journal in English and Spanish.
Alexandra lives in Port Jefferson, New York, with her husband, William Glenn, and teaches at Stony Brook University.