Liz Abrams-Morley     

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Liz Abrams-Morley’s newest collection, Beholder,  was published by Word Poetry in April, 2018.  Inventory, was published by Finishing Line Press in September of 2014.  Necessary Turns was published by Word Poetry in 2010 and won an Eric Hoffer Award for Excellence in Small Press Publishing that year.  Other collections include Learning to Calculate the Half Life (Zinka Press, 2001,) and What Winter Reveals (Plan B Press, 2005).  Her poems and short stories have been published in a variety of nationally distributed anthologies, journals and ezines, and have been read on NPR.   Her short story, Mitzraim Means Tight Places, was performed as part of an adjudicated series at InterAct Theatre Company in Philadelphia, PA.  She has read her work in venues from New Jersey to California. 


 Co-founder and co-director of Around the Block Writing Collaborative, (www.aroundtheblockwriters.org) Liz is on the MFA faculty of Rosemont College and works with public school children in Philadelphia and surrounding counties, presenting literacy through arts programs.   Wife, mother, grandma, activist, teacher, neighbor, sister, friend—she wades knee deep in the flow of everyday life from which she draws inspiration and, occasionally, exasperation