Dan Chiasson is a poet, critic, and journalist and the author of five books, including Where’s the Moon, There’s the Moon, and Bicentennial, featuring poems that summon the author’s 1970s childhood in Vermont. Chiasson’s poetry has been published in The New Yorker, and he currently serves as the magazine’s poetry critic. His One Kind of Everything: Poem and Person in Contemporary America, a book of criticism, was published in 2006. Chiasson has received a Whiting Award, a Pushcart Prize, and a Guggenheim Fellowship. He teaches at Wellesley College and is working on a children’s book titled The Moonkeeper’s Son.