Marion Bell is a poet who lives in Philadelphia. She has published a chapbook titled The Abjector and is working on a manuscript called Austerity. You can find her writing in Elective Affinities, Jupiter 88, Edwin Johns, Maestra Vida, Bedfellows and Slow Poetry in America. Her work is concerned with queer kinship, lesbian affect, Philadelphia, anticapitalist feminisms, utopian friendship, poets and how we live out our ideas and our histories in daily life. She organizes the reading series Housework at Chapterhouse with Mel Bentley.