BiographyNora Wendl questions the composition of architecture—expanding the perception of what the discipline’s built forms, practices, and histories are (and could be) when aligned with the adjacent fields of non-fiction, poetry, and contemporary art. She is co-editor of Contemporary Art About Architecture (Ashgate, 2013), with Isabelle Loring Wallace and author of the concrete poetry collection Glass Document (Ugly Duckling Presse, original web book series, 2016). In collaboration with photographer Rylan Steele, she was a finalist for the 2015 Lange-Taylor Prize from the Duke University Center for Documentary Studies for Ave Maria (Savannah: A-B Editions, 2016). She is published in 306090, Architecture and Culture: Journal of the Architectural Humanities Research Association, Flyway, Forty-Five, Journal of Architectural Education, Offramp, On Site: Review, Studies in the History of Gardens and Designed Landscapes, and Thresholds. Wendl has presented, performed and exhibited in numerous national and international venues and currently sits on the editorial board of the Journal of Architectural Education.