Emily Raabe lives in New York City. Her 2011 book of poems, Leave It Behind, was a runner-up for the FutureCycle First Book Award. Her poems have appeared in periodicals including The Marlboro Review, AGNI, Big Ugly Review, Indiana Review, Diner, Alaska Quarterly Review, Gulf Coast, Antioch Review, and Eleven Eleven. She is also the author of a monograph on the work of the sculptor Lawrence LaBianca, and her novel for children, The Lost Children of Loup-Marin, is forthcoming from Random House. She was educated at Middlebury College (BA), Sussex University (MA), California College of Arts and Crafts (MFA), and is a candidate for the PhD at the Graduate Center at CUNY. She has received fellowships from the Macdowell Colony, the Ragdale Foundation, Rotary International, and the Breadloaf Writers Conference.