Amina Cain is the author of I Go To Some Hollow (Les Figues Press, 2009), a collection of stories that revolve quietly around human relationality, landscape, and emptiness. She is also a curator (most recently for When Does It or You Begin? Memory as Innovation, a month long festival in Chicago of writing, performance, and video) and a teacher of writing/literature. Her work has appeared in publications such as 3rd Bed, Action Yes, Denver Quarterly, Dewclaw, and La Petite Zine, is forthcoming in The Encyclopedia Project and Onedit, and was recently translated into Polish on MINIMALBOOKS. She lives in Los Angeles.