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Elisabeth Murawski received the 2010 May Swenson Poetry Award for her collection Zorba’s Daughter, published by the Utah State University Press. The collection Heiress was published in 2018. Her chapbook Still Life with Timex won the Robert Phillips Chapbook Prize in 2020. She is also the author of Moon and Mercury and a chapbook, Troubled by an Angel.
Her poetry has appeared in The Yale Review, The New Republic, Virginia Quarterly Review, The Ontario Review, The Literary Review, Field, Chelsea, Southern Review, Margie, and others. Her poem “Abu Ghraib Suggests the Isenheim Altarpiece” won the 2006 Ann Stanford Prize. She was awarded a Hawthornden Fellowship in 2008. She resides in Alexandria, VA.
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