Elizabeth Hoover is a poet and writer with a keen ear for storytelling. She brings a literary sensibility to all her writing, whether it’s poetry, features for university and museum publications, book reviews for regional newspapers, or copywriting for businesses.
With extensive research and editorial skills, Elizabeth is able to write about a range of subjects including avant-garde art in China, advancements in medical imagery, and immigration law. In addition, she is an experienced fact-checker and editor.
Her poetry has appeared in Poetry Daily, The Awl, Epoch, and Crab Orchard Review, among others and her creative nonfiction has appeared in Lunch Ticket and StoryQuarterly.. She has received the 2017 Boulevard Emerging Poet Award, the 2015 Difficult Fruit Poetry Prize from Ithaca Lit, and the 2014 StoryQuarterly essay prize. She reviews books for the Minneapolis Star Tribune and the Dallas Morning News.
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