Noah Falck is an author, poet, and educator. He was born and raised in Dayton, Ohio, and attended the University of Dayton. He is author of the poetry collections Snowmen Losing Weight and Exclusions (forthcoming, 2019) as well as several chapbooks including Celebrity Dream Poems, Life As A Crossword Puzzle, & Measuring Tape for the Midwest. He also co-edited My Next Heart: New Buffalo Poetry (BlazeVOX Books, 2017). He has received fellowships from the Kenyon Review Writers Workshop, The Ohio State University, and Antioch Writers' Workshop. His poetry has appeared in Boston Review, Harvard Review, Kenyon Review, Ploughshares, Poets.org, and has been anthologized in Poem-A-Day 365 Poems for Every Occasion (Abrams Books, 2015). For ten years, he taught elementary school, and currently spends his summers mentoring young writers as a faculty member in the Kenyon Review Young Writers Workshop. Now living in Buffalo, New York, he works as Education Director at Just Buffalo Literary Center and curates the Silo City Reading Series, a multimedia poetry series in a 130-foot abandoned grain elevator.