Imani Elizabeth Jackson is a poet from Chicago. Her writings appear in Triple Canopy, Apogee, The Arkansas International, BOMB, and elsewhere. She's authored the chapbook saltsitting (rereleased by g l o s s, 2020), Consider the Tongue (with S*an D. Henry-Smith, 2019), and her first book, Flag, is forthcoming from Futurepoem. Imani is also a member of the Poetry Project’s 2019-2020 newsletter editorial collective and co-organizes the Chicago Art Book Fair. She lives in Providence now, where she's an MFA candidate at Brown.