Danielle Chapman is the author of the collection of poems, Delinquent Palaces, published by Northwestern University Press in 2015. Her poems appear regularly in the New Yorker, the Atlantic, Harvard Review, and elsewhere. She’s contributed to the recent anthologies, Resistance, Rebellion, Life, from Knopf, and Women of Resitance: Poems for a New Feminism, from OR Books. She also writes criticism and essays and is at work on a book of nonfiction that looks at Southern history and culture through the lens of a tavern in Middle Tennessee, built in 1790, that she grew up in. An excerpt from the book, “The Country Way,” appears in the Fall 2017 issue of The Oxford American.