Jenna Le (jennalewriting.com), a Minnesota-born-and-raised daughter of Vietnamese refugees, is the author of Six Rivers (NYQ Books, 2011), A History of the Cetacean American Diaspora (Indolent Books, 2018), an Elgin Awards 2nd Place winner, voted on by the international membership of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Poetry Association, and Manatee Lagoon (forthcoming, Acre Books, 2022). She was selected by Marilyn Nelson as winner of Poetry By The Sea's inaugural sonnet competition, and then she was chosen by Julie Kane as winner of Poetry By The Sea's 2020 sonnet crown competition. Her poems appear in AGNI, Denver Quarterly, Los Angeles Review, Massachusetts Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, Pleiades, Poet Lore, Verse Daily, and West Branch. Her visual art appears or is forthcoming in Black Warrior Review, Jubilat, Lantern Review, Lily Poetry Review, and Mom Egg Review. She has a B.A. in math and an M.D. and lives and works as a physician in New York City.