Elizabeth Skurnick [website]
Elizabeth Skurnick’s poetry has appeared in the Iowa Review, Barrow Street, The New Haven Review, The Pinch, the Delta Review, and the anthology Shade (Four Way Books, 2004). Her light verse has been featured in the Vintage book Best of the Blogs, on New York magazine online, and on NPR’s Weekend Edition. She is the recipient of fellowships from Yaddo, Ucross, the VCCA, Blue Mountain, and the AWP Summer Seminars and Sewanee writing conference. “Grand Central, Track 23” was recently chosen for the Poetry Foundation’s Poetry Everywhere series. A book of essays on young adult fiction, Shelf Discovery, will be published by HarperCollins in 2009.
Elizabeth Skurnick is the author of Check-In.
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