Andrew Dally is a poet and programmer from Bethlehem, PA. He received his MFA from the University of Mississippi, where he served as editor of the Yalobusha Review and a curator for the Trobar Ric reading series. He's done programming and graphic design work for The Washington Post and The Gates Foundation, and his poems can be found in The Boiler, LEVELER, and Blunderbuss Magazine. As a Writer in Residence at Hub City, he'll be working on a book of poems about McDonald's, Bashō, and artificial intelligence titled Medium Extra Value.
"It's a real honor to be the next Writer-In-Residence at Hub City, and I'm going bonkers with gratitude and anticipation. I can't wait to settle into this beautiful home and vibrant community, to get my hands dirty at the printery and the books alphabetized at the bookstore, to spread all my poems across the great big porch and watch them blow away. If you see me out there, and you will, come say hi."