Debbra Palmer is a poet and visual artist living in Idaho’s Treasure Valley with her wife and (yep) two dogs. Her poems have appeared in journals including Calyx, Portland Review, Pretty Owl Poetry, Kitchen Table Quarterly, and several literary anthologies including His Hands, His Tools, His Sex, His Dress: Lesbian Writers on their Fathers, (Alice Street Editions) and Present Tense and A Fierce Brightness, 25 Years of Women’s Poetry (Calyx Press). Her comics appear in Northwest Review. She received her MFA from Pacific University.