Tina Quinn Durham is a poet, artist and musician living in southeastern Arizona. Borders have always fascinated her, whether they are the twilight lands between Faery and the world of humans, or the boundaries we impose on nature and one another. She looks for unanticipated insights in those transition zones, and feels privileged to live in La Frontera – the literal and metaphorical Borderlands between the United States and Mexico.
Her poems have appeared in The Boston Review, Mobius, 2River View and other literary magazines. She has won first prize for fiction in the Cochise Creative Writing Celebration and her work will appear in upcoming issues of Mirage.