Ann Tweedy’s first full‑length book, The Body’s Alphabet, was published by Headmistress Press in 2016 and was awarded a Bisexual Book Award in poetry and a Human Relations Indie Book Award. It was also a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award and a Golden Crown Literary Society Award. Additionally, she has published two chapbooks, and her poetry has appeared in numerous journals such as Clackamas Literary Review, Rattle, literary mama, and Berkeley Poetry Review. Originally from Massachusetts, she has lived in many places in the Midwest and on the West Coast. She now makes her home in Washington State, where she works as in-house attorney for a Native American Tribe.