Robin Chapman is the author of twelve collections of poetry, including the art portfolio Dappled Things pairing 23 of her poems with Peter Miller's photogravures of Japan and Asia; the Parallel Press chapbook The Only Everglades in the World and the Posner Poetry Award-winning books The Way In and Images of a Complex World: The Art and Poetry of Chaos (World Scientific; with J.C. Sprott's fractals and explanations). Her book The Dreamer Who Counted the Dead received a Wisconsin Library Association Outstanding Poetry Book of the Year Award, and her book Abundance received the Cider Press Editors' Book Award. Her most recent books, from Tebot Bach, are the eelgrass meadow and One Hundred White Pelicans, poems of climate change. She has received three Wisconsin Arts Board grants, including a 2007 Literary Arts Fellowship, and collaborated with composers, painters, textile artists and scientists in producing work. Recipient of the 2010 Appalachia Poetry Prize and a fellow of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters (2014), she lives in Madison, Wisconsin, USA.