Jennifer Wallace teaches poetry, literary documentary, academic writing and ecopoetics at MICA. She has worked as an urban planner, naturalist and environmental educator, and as a freelance writer and editor. She is a poetry editor at The Cortland Review and a founding editor of Toadlily Press. Her chapbook, Minor Heaven, appears in Desire Path (Toadlily Press, 2005). She a co-editor of the chapbook, Voices from Behind Bars: A Collection of Women's Writings from the Westchester County Correctional Facility and directed a short documentary, Inter : View, A Conversation About Nature and the City (2009). Her poems appear in numerous literary journals and most recently in the anthology, Entanglements: New Ecopoetry (Two Ravens Press). A new book of poems and photographs, It Can be Solved by Walking, explores memory nature and identity in Baltimore's urban ecosystem; it was published by CityLit Press in 2012.