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LISA VERIGIN

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LISA VERIGIN's poetry has been published in Gay and Lesbian Review, Quarterly West, American Literary Review, Poet Lore, Nebraska Review, Comstock Review, and elsewhere. One of the founding members of The Guerilla Ontologists (later, Zero G Club), Verigin performed her work with music in numerous clubs and coffee houses in Atlanta and Athens, GA during her several years of southern living. Her exploration of lesbian poetics, "The Only Poem We Ever Write," was honored with the Karen Dunning Women's Studies Award in 1998, the same year her poetry won the Vreeland Prize in Creative Writing. Currently a candidate for the PhD in English at the University of Nebraska — Lincoln, Verigin is also an editorial assistant for Prairie Schooner.



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