Renee Angle is a writer whose current practice fuses conceptual writing techniques with life writing practices (diaries, journals, memoir, genealogy) to create essays, poems, novels. The author of a hybrid collection, WoO (Letter Machine Editions, 2016), her writing has appeared in the literary journals Entropy MagazineThe RumpusWestern Humanities ReviewThe VoltaDiagram, in addition to the anthology I'LL DROWN MY BOOK: CONCEPTUAL WRITING BY WOMEN (Les Figues Press, 2012), and in the chapbook Lucy Design in the Papal Flea (dancing girl press, 2010).  She’s the recipient of a writing fellowship from the Millay Colony for the Arts and MOCA Tucson AiR program.  For over a decade she worked at the University of Arizona Poetry Center, curating programs for both adults and youth. She’s currently writing a memoir about watching television with her children.