Gabriel Jesiolowski’s debut collection of poetry, As Burning Leaves, won the Benjamin Saltman Award (Red Hen Press, 2017). D.A. Powell describes it as “a cartography of new forms, new ways of being . . . a healing atlas.” Jesiolowski’s counterdisciplinary practice includes use of installation, painting, photography, performance, printed matter, and writing. Their current work deals with a politics of accumulation and distribution, intergenerational trauma and the body as site.