Kayleb Rae Candrilli is author of What Runs Over, winner of the 2016 Pamet River Prize with YesYes Books. It is their first full length work. Candrilli currently serves as an assistant poetry editor with Boaat Press. They also served as the nonfiction editor of the Black Warrio Reviewr and are published or forthcoming in Rattle, Boaat, Puerto del Sol, Booth, Cream City Review, Muzzle, RHINO, interrupture, Vinyl, Tinderbox, storySouth, The New Orleans Review, and others. They are a 2016 Best of the Net winner, and have been nominated for Pushcart Prizes and Best New Poets. Their essay “Inversion” won the 2014 Vela Magazine nonfiction contest and in 2015 the Lambda Literary Foundation named them an Emerging Voices Fellow. Candrilli holds a BA and an MA in Poetry Writing from The Pennsylvania State University, as well as an MFA in creative writing, and an MLIS from the University of Alabama. Candrilli lives in Philadelphia with their partner.