Carolyn Dahl grew up in Minnesota but now lives in Texas. Every winter, she yearns for the stunning beauty of snow and the animals who shared her childhood in that cold, invigorating climate. Without any hope of blizzards in Houston, she creates her own by writing snow poems. Though her grass may be green, she saves her memories in white, which is why she named her new chapbook Art Preserves What Can’t Be Saved (The Orchard Street Press, 2019). You can find her website here.