Kaile H. Glick is an aspiring librarian, infamous woman of letters, and all-around stand-up guy. As the Proprietor of The Spontaneous Prose Store she has dispensed her custom made prose-poetry to innumerable pedestrians and party-goers around the world. Every piece of prose is built according to the customer’s unique specifications — before their very eyes. The result comes type-written on a handy, stick-able sticker.
Ms. Glick’s poems have appeared in Forum, 16th & Mission Review, Broken Pencil Magazine and Made in Shoreditch. She has been interviewed on CBC radio and Bill Bradley’s American Voices on Sirius XM Radio.
She recently published the Spontaneous Prose Anthology Vol. 1 (Holy Mess! Press), a collection of illustrated prose. She is currently working on the second Anthology, an account of her misadventures as a poet for hire.