Rena J. Mosteirin’s most recent book Experiment 116—out now from Counterpath—is a book of experimental poetry that sets out an argument for a global refugee idiolect. She is the co-author of Moonbit (punctum books, 2019) an academic and poetic exploration of the Apollo 11 guidance computer code. Her novella Nick Trail’s Thumb (Kore Press, 2008) won the Kore Press Short Fiction Award, judged by Lydia Davis. Her chapbook Half-Fabulous Whales (Little Dipper, 2019) explores Moby-Dick through erasure poetry. She teaches at Dartmouth College and owns Left Bank Books, a used bookstore in Hanover, NH.