Terra Oliveira is a Philadelphia-based writer by way of the Bay Area, and the founder and editor of Recenter Press. They are the author of poetry and visual art books And Still To Sleep, An Old Blue Light, The Road Is Long & Beautiful, and Processes: A Meditation, and their work has been published in Protean Magazine, Prolit Magazine, Peace, Land, and Bread Magazine, Hooligan Magazine, and more. In April 2016, Terra participated in the Hope Villa Artist Residency in the Western Ghats of India, and they were the Artist-In-Residence at The Schoolhouse at Mutianyu at The Great Wall of China in March of 2017, working primarily with visual poetry and found, repurposed materials. They received their B.A. in documentary film production from San Francisco State University in May 2014, where their work received the Student Film Award at the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (CAAMFest) in Spring 2014.