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 Magazine, The Rumpus, Western Humanities Review, The Volta, Diagram, 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.