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Elizabeth Poliner’s poems are of painting, literature, and music, of family, memory, and loss. Whether set in Washington, D.C., the small Connecticut town of her childhood, or the coast of Maine, these poems speak with uncommon clarity and musicality as they explore the complexity of the human heart.
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Elizabeth Poliner is the author of Mutual Life & Casualty, a novel in stories, Sudden Fog, a chapbook of poems, and As Close to Us as Breathing, a forthcoming novel. A recipient of numerous grants from the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities, she has published work in many magazines and anthologies, including the Southern Review, the Kenyon Review, Seneca Review, Poetry Daily, and Full Moon on K Street: Poems about Washington, D.C. She teaches creative writing in the MFA program at Hollins University.
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