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Hilary Sideris's poems have appeared in Arts & Letters, Barrow Street, The Cortland Review, Connecticut Review, Fourteen Hills, Green Mountains Review, Gulf Coast, Poet Lore, Poetry Daily, Rhino, Quiddity, Salamander, The Southern Poetry Review, Southampton Review, Sugar House Review, and Tar River Poetry, among others. Her work appears in the anthologies Pomegranate Seeds: An Anthology of Greek-American Poetry, edited by Dean Kostos, Token Entry: NYC Subway Poems, edited by Jerry LeFemina, and Rabbit Ears: TV Poems, edited by Joel Allegretti. She is the author of four poetry chapbooks: The Orange Juice Is Over (Finishing Line Press 2008), Baby (Pudding House Press 2009), Gold & Other Fish (Finishing Line Press 2011), and Sweet Flag (Finishing Line Press 2013), as well as three full-length collections: Most Likely to Die (Poets Wear Prada Press 2014), The Inclination to Make Waves (Big Wonderful Press 2016) and Un Amore Veloce (Kelsay Books 2019). Sideris studied English Literature at Indiana University and received her MFA from The University of Iowa Writers' Workshop. She lives in Brooklyn and works for The City University of New York.