Camille Lebel lives on a small farm outside Memphis, TN. In a former life, she studied poetry at The University of Mississippi and was published in Inkwell and Hyperbole. She worked as a newspaper reporter and a high school English teacher before becoming mother to seven. She now enjoys horse whispering, gardening, and singing to her chickens. She writes poetry on the Notes app of her phone while waiting in the school pickup line as a way to explore special-needs parenting, adoption, and evangelical deconstruction.