ADJUA GARGI NZINGA GREAVES (New Yorker, b. 1980) writes ethnobotanical literary criticism and collages detritus into heraldic devices. Greaves has most recently been published in The Brooklyn Rail, and Letters to the Future: Black Women / Radical Writing (Kore Press). Her chapbook Close Reading As Forestry is published by Belladonna*. A publication with Ugly Duckling Presse is forthcoming in 2020. Formerly a Monday Night Reading Series curator at The Poetry Project, Site Director for Wendy's Subway, and an artist-in-residence at Rauschenberg Residency, she is currently based in New York City where she is Young Mother of The Florxal Review.