Elizabeth Hoover is the author of the archive is all in present tense, winner of the 2021 Barrow Street Book Poetry Prize. Her poems have appeared in Prairie Schooner, The Crab Orchard Review, and Tupelo Quarterly, among others.
Her creative nonfiction has been published by the North American Review, the Kenyon Review, and Lunch Ticket and has received the StoryQuarterly Essay Prize. She reviews books, interviews authors, and writes about art and pop culture for such publications as Bitch, Paper, The Art Newspaper, and the Washington Post.
She is an Assistant Professor of English at Webster University in St. Louis, where she teaches such classes as Archival Poetics and LGBTQ+ Literature.
You can contact her here.