About Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers

Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers is a 2012-2014 Kenyon Review Fellows. Her debut collection of poems, CHORD BOX (University of Arkansas Press, 2013), was released earlier this year. Her poems appear in The Missouri Review, FIELD, Crazyhorse, Prairie Schooner, AGNI Online, Crab Orchard Review, and elsewhere.

Return of the Gospel of Pen and Paper

I spent a good part of this summer teaching in The Kenyon Review Young Writers’ Workshop, a two-week creative writing program geared towards talented high school students from all over the country, as well as other parts of the world. …

Readers’ Deal-Breakers

Over at Book Riot, Becky Cole has just posed the question, “What are your book dealbreakers?”  Despite the ambiguous wording, Cole is not referring to actual book “deals,” or publishing.  Instead, she’s talking about that occasional and sad experience in…

Poetry/Medicine: Two Sides, or Two Coins?

My earlier post regarding MFA Day Job–a new blog featuring publishing writers and poets who work outside of academia—was meant to start a conversation about the possible ways writers can earn a living.  MFA Day Job’s most recent post features…

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