March 6 reading by Anne Marie Rooney, MFA '11, and Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers, MFA '11. The event was part of the Spring 2014 Barbara & David Zalaznick Reading Series.
Anne Marie Rooney is the author of "Spitshine," as well as the chapbooks "The Buff" and "Shell of an Egg in an Effort." Her work has been featured in the "Best New Poets" and "Best American Poetry" anthologies, and received the Gulf Coast Poetry Prize, the Iowa Review Award, a Barbara Deming Grant, and others. A founding member of "Line Assembly," she currently lives in New Orleans, where she works as a teaching artist.
Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers is the author of "Chord Box," finalist for the Miller Williams Poetry Prize. Her poems appear in "The Missouri Review," "FIELD," "Prairie Schooner," "AGNI Online," "Crazyhorse," "Crab Orchard Review," and many other journals, and her nonfiction recently appeared on "The Rumpus." A former Oberlin Shansi Fellow to China, Rogers is currently a fellow at "The Kenyon Review," where she edits, writes, and teaches.