Sarah V. Schweig's first book, Take Nothing with You, was published by the University of Iowa Press (Kuhl House Poets series). She is also the author of the chapbook S (Dancing Girl Press). Her poetry has appeared in Black Warrior Review, BOMB Magazine, Boston Review, Everyday Genius, Granta, HTML Giant, The Iowa Review, The Literary Review, Maggy, Painted Bride Quarterly, Poetry Daily, Poetry Society of America, Tin House, Verse Daily, The Volta, Slice, West Branch, and Western Humanities Review, among others. Her critical essays and reviews have appeared at Fanzine, Gulf Coast, The Literary Review, Public Seminar, Publishers Weekly, and the Tourniquet Review, where she now serves as an editor. She is a graduate of the University of Virginia and Columbia University, where her manuscript was the recipient of the David Craig Austen Memorial Award, and previously a 2012 Emerging Poet Resident at Poets House, a 2010 Tennessee Williams Scholar at Sewanee Writers Workshop, and a 2010 Ruth Lilly Fellowship finalist. Currently, she studies philosophy at The New School for Social Research, with interests in philosophy of language, poetry, aesthetics, skepticism and naturalism.