Elizabeth O'Brien
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Elizabeth O’Brien lives in Minneapolis, where she earned an MFA in Poetry from the University of Minnesota, and served as editor of dislocate. She is the recipient of a Minnesota Emerging Writers’ Grant through the Loft Literary Center, and the James Wright Poetry Award from the Academy of American Poets. Her work—poetry and prose—has appeared in many journals and magazines, including New England Review, The Rumpus, Tin House, Wigleaf, Pank, Massachusetts Review, Diagram, RadarPoetry, Sixth Finch, Best New Poets 2016, Ploughshares, and AWP's Writer's Chronicle.

Further Reading
A Secret History of World Wide Outage
March 2018
A Secret History of World Wide Outage
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