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Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers is the author of Chord Box (University of Arkansas Press, 2013), finalist for both the Miller Williams Poetry Prize and the Lambda Literary Award. Her poems appear in The Missouri Review, FIELD, AGNI Online, Prairie Schooner, Crazyhorse, The Journal, Mid-American Review, and others. A fellow at The Kenyon Review from 2012-2014, Rogers recently moved to New Orleans, where she now teaches creative writing at Tulane University.
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