Vivian Faith Prescott is a fifth generation Alaskan born on Wrangell Island, Káachxana.aak’w, in the Alexander Archipelago (Southeast Alaska). Vivian lives part time in Sitka, Alaska and at her family’s fish camp in Wrangell. She is the author of one full-length poetry collection The Hide of My Tongue (Plain View Press) and two poetry chapbooks Slick (e-chapbook from White Knuckle Press) and Sludge (Flutter Press). Her poetry collages have been published in Alaska Women Speak and phati’tude Literary Magazine. Her website is www.vivianfaithprescott.com.