Michael Tod Edgerton is a Queerboy poet of lyrically fluid gender and genre alike. Author of Vitreous Hide (Lavender Ink), Tod’s poems have appeared in Boston Review, Denver Quarterly, EOAGH, Interim, New American Writing, Posit, Sonora Review, VOLT, and other journals. Tod holds an MFA from Brown, a PhD from University of Georgia in Athens, and has received fellowships from Bread Loaf and MacDowell. He currently teaches at San José State University and serves on the poetry-editing teams of Conjunctions and Seneca Review. You’ll find him swishing along the streets of San Francisco and online at mtodedge.com and WhatMostVividly.com. Tod recommends supporting Equality Florida.