Alisa Bohling is a writer and educator at work on TRESPASSING, a collection of essays about who gets to set boundaries, who gets to challenge them, and what happens when someone crosses over. Her creative work has been supported by a residency at Art Farm Nebraska, a fellowship with the Gluck Fellows Program of the Arts, and the Marcia McQuern Graduate Award in Nonfiction Writing. She currently teaches writing to college students in the Treasure Valley. In her previous work as a journalist, she frequently reported on institutional discrimination and was recognized for Excellence in Online Journalism by the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association. She holds an MFA from the University of California, Riverside.