Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers

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Website: 
www.elizabethlindseyrogers.com

Author's Bio

Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers is the author of CHORD BOX (University of Arkansas Press, 2013). Her poems appear in The Missouri Review, Crazyhorse, FIELD, POOL, Crab Orchard Review, AGNI Online, Kenyon Review Online, Seneca Review, Asheville Poetry Review, StorySouth, on Poetry Daily and Verse Daily, and others. Born and raised in North Carolina, Rogers received her B.A. in Creative Writing and Dance from Oberlin College in 2007 and an MFA in Poetry from Cornell University in 2011. Rogers is currently an inaugural Poetry Fellow at The Kenyon Review. She lives in rural Ohio.

Publications and Prizes

Book

Chord Box
(University of Arkansas Press,
2013)
Prizes: 
Kenyon Review Fellowship, Oberlin Shansi Fellowship

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Identifies as: 
G/L/B/T
Born in: 
Greensboro, NC
Raised in: 
Greenboro, NC

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Listing last updated: May 17, 2013.

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