LESLIE ULLMAN's fourth poetry collection, Progress on the Subject of Immensity, is scheduled for publication by University of New Mexico Press in the fall of 2013. Her third book, Slow Work Through Sand, won the 1998 Iowa Poetry Prize (University of Iowa Press), and her first, Natural Histories, won the Yale Series of Younger Poets Award in 1979 (Yale University Press). Her second collection, Dreams by No One’s Daughter, was published by University of Pittsburgh Press. Her poems, reviews, and essays have appeared in numerous journals, including Poetry, The New Yorker, Prairie Schooner, The Writer’s Chronicle, and The Kenyon Review, and she is the recipient of two NEA Fellowships. She is Professor Emerita at the University of Texas-El Paso, where she taught for 27 years and established the Bilingual MFA Program. She has taught at Vermont College since 1981. She also does freelance manuscript consultations and teaches skiing every winter at Taos Ski Valley in northern New Mexico. More details can be found on her website: http://leslieullman.com/.