Ginger Teppner received her MFA in Creative Writing from the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University and her BA in Cultural Studies from Empire State College. Her work has appeared in Bombay Gin, Erasure, Semicolon, Upstairs at Duroc, Phylogeny, Shambhala Times, Not Enough Night, Metropolitan, Yew Journal, and more. Her chapbook "28 Gestures" appears in the anthology Precipice, and her chapbook I Should Have Been Linen was chosen to be included in the summer 2017 issue of The Lune. In 2020 she facilitated an online workshop of artists for Arts Letters & Numbers, which culminated in a book: The Earth Of writing through a time of rupture, composed of participants’ work that spans a broad range of disciplines. She is currently teaching English at Ridge Community High School as well as adjuncting and leading writing workshops. Her written work investigates the collapse of subject/object dichotomy, the democratization of language, and the transcendental nature and essence of words while juxtaposing the exotic with the prosaic. She is interested in fragments that make up experience, how memory is selective, trees, birds, rivers, and bridges.