Angie Dell has worked at the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing since 2010. She earned her BA at Hampshire College in writing and material culture, and both her MFA Creative Writing degree in Fiction and her Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership and Management from Arizona State University, where she also served as Prose Editor for Hayden’s Ferry Review literary journal, and as President of ABBA (A-Buncha- Book-Artists). She is currently on the Board of NonfictioNOW and on the Board of Advisors for ABBA, and is a partner in ASU’s Imagination and Climate Futures Initiative.
Her work combines elements of science, nature, sexuality, and “inanimacy”—the love of objects. It has been published in Four Chambers, Assuming Gender, and other journals, and her books and prints have been shown in collections, libraries, and galleries across the United States (and in Belgrade, Serbia.) She is the proprietor of Shut Eye Press.