Laura Rashley is a twenty-four-year-old writer and editor living in Charleston, South Carolina, with her boyfriend, Blaike, and cat, Sterling. She has a degree in English from the College of Charleston, and her work has been featured in Poetry Quarterly, Fall Lines, Miscellany, and others. Her poems “tomato heritage” and “Western Night-Time Soundtrack” were on exhibit in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC, for two months during 2013. She currently works as an editorial manager at a publishing imprint, and ran her first marathon in January of 2019. She loves poetry, cats, and running.