Todd Fuller grew up in Indiana where he participated in the clichéd rituals of youth. Since then, he completed his Ph.D. in English from Oklahoma State University and published his first book, 60 Feet Six Inches and Other Distances from Home: the (Baseball) Life of Mose YellowHorse (Holy Cow! Press), which was released in 2002. His poems and essays have appeared in numerous journals across the country, including the American Indian Culture and Research Journal, American Literary Review, Apalachee Review, Crazyhorse, Hawai’i Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, Third Coast, Weber Studies, and William and Mary Review. In addition, his work has also been anthologized in The Great Plains: A Cross-Disciplinary Reader and the Encyclopedia of Native Americans and Sports. In 2004, he helped found Pawnee Nation College and served as the school’s first president until 2011. He currently serves as an Associate Director for Research Development at the University of Oklahoma.