Kimberly Campanello is a dual Irish and American citizen. Her most recent project is MOTHERBABYHOME, a 796-page poetry-object comprising conceptual and visual poetry on the St Mary’s Mother and Baby Home in Tuam, Ireland. Her poems have appeared recently or are forthcoming in Cambridge Literary Review, The White Review, Para•text, Blackbox Manifold, Poetry Wales, and Poetry Ireland Review. She is an inaugural Markievicz Award winner from Ireland’s Arts Council and the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, and was recently awarded a 2020 Arts Council Ireland Literature Project Award for a digital writing collaboration with Christodoulos Makris and Fallow Media, as well as 2020 residencies at the Heinrich Böll cottage on Achill island and the Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris. In March 2020, she performed from MOTHERBABYHOME at Klang Farben Text: Visual Poetry for the 21st Century, a festival inspired by the international concrete poetry movement of the 1950s and 60s organised by the British Council, the National Poetry Library (UK), and Lyrik Kabinett (Munich). Her contribution to Experimental Praxis (Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2021) was exhibited at HAUS Vienna in September 2020. She lectures in Creative Writing and is a member of the Poetry Centre in the School of English at the University of Leeds. Consent, published by Doire Press in 2013, is her debut collection.