Martha Zweig’s fourth full-length collection, Get Lost, winner of the Rousseau Prize for Literature, is out from DHP in Oregon. Her previous collections include: Monkey Lightning, Tupelo Press 2010; Vinegar Bone (1999) and What Kind (2003), both from Wesleyan University Press, and Powers, 1976, chapbook from the Vermont Arts Council. She has received a Whiting Award, Hopwood Awards and Pushcart nominations, and her work has appeared widely, recently in Poetry, The Yale Review and Denver Quarterly. Her essay “Gnarly” appears in the recent anthology Vermont Poets and Their Craft, eds. Tamra Higgins and Neil Shepard, Sundog Poetry/Green Writers Press.