Gail Tirone is originally from New York, and now lives in Houston. An ardent traveler, flâneur and sometime expat, she has lived in cities from Charlotte Amalie to Taipei.
Gail writes about family. The intersection of time, place, memory and myth. The enchantment of the ordinary. Small epiphanies.
Gail is a Best of the Net nominee and a finalist for the Red Mountain Poetry Prize. Her poetry has appeared in NDQ, Hawaii Pacific Review, Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, The Hong Kong Review, Silver Birch Press, Mediterranean Poetry, Blue Heron Review, Sulphur River Review, Taiwan Review, The Weight of Addition Anthology (Mutabilis Press) and elsewhere.
She holds a BA from Princeton University and MA in English from the University of Houston.
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