Alexandria Hall is founder and editor-in-chief of Tele- Magazine. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in several publications including The Yale Review, Narrative, BOAAT, The Bennington Review, Foundry, Prelude, and Hobart. She holds an MFA from New York University and is now a PhD student in Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Southern California. Her debut poetry collection, Field Music (Ecco, 2020), was selected by Rosanna Warren as the 2019 winner of the National Poetry Series. In it, Hall explores the boundaries and limits of language, place, and the self, as well as the complicated space between safety and danger, intimacy and isolation, playfulness and seriousness, home and away. With a keen eye for the importance of place, Hall shows us daily life in rural Vermont, illuminating the beauty and difficulty inherent in the dichotomies of human language and experience. Field Music is a thoughtful and alert collection from a major emerging voice.