Jed Myers is a Philadelphian living in Seattle. He’s a psychiatrist with a therapy practice and teaches at the University of Washington. Two of his poetry collections, The Nameless (Finishing Line Press) and Watching the Perseids (winner of the 2013 Sacramento Poetry Center Book Award), are being released in 2014. He won the 2012 Mary C. Mohr Editors’ Award offered by Southern Indiana Review, and received the 2013 Literal Latte Poetry Award. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Prairie Schooner, Nimrod International Journal, Quiddity, Crab Orchard Review, Atlanta Review, South 85, and elsewhere.