Biography / Bibliography

Founding publisher and editor of 3: A Taos Press, a multicultural and ethically voiced publishing house, Andrea L. Watson’s poetry has appeared in Nimrod, Runes, Ekphrasis, Cream City Review, Subtropics, International Poetry Review, and The Dublin Quarterly, among others. She is the co-editor, with Madelyn Garner, of Collecting Life: Poets on Objects Known and Imagined, and co-editor, with Joseph Hutchison, of the anthology, Malala: Poems for Malala Yousafzai.

Andrea has designed and curated eighteen ekphrasis events of poetry and art across the United States, commencing with Braided Lives: A Collaboration Between Artists and Poets, with artistSeamus Berkeley, sponsored by the Taos Institute of Arts. which traveled to Denver, San Francisco, and Berkeley. Other showsinclude Interwoven Illuminations, featured in Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review; The Sacred Blue; Frida-Fractured, honoring the life and work of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo; Reflections on RANE; Threaded Lives, with its book, Poems from the Fiber World; and Fragments: Poets and Artists of the South and Southwest.