Jennifer Wallace teaches poetry, literary documentary, ecopoetics, and creative writing.

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 and essays appear in numerous literary journals, anthologies and exhibition catalogs. Author of five books of poems, her latest collection, Almost Entirely, was pubished by Paraclete Press in 2017.