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Lorna Wood was raised in Oberlin, Ohio, by a composer and an art historian. She received degrees in violin performance and English from Oberlin College and a Ph.D. in English from Yale University. After graduate school, she was an instructor for six years at Auburn University.
In addition to Family Values, on Kindle, Lorna’s writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Poetry South, Five:2:One, Spectacle, formercactus, Poetry WTF?!, Rum Punch, Wiki Lit, Jerry Jazz Musician, Malevolent Soap, Unstitched States, Gnu, Mysterical-E, shufPoetry, Between Worlds Zine, Wild Violet, Cacti Fur, Birds Piled Loosely, Every Writer, Blue Monday Review, and the anthologies Leaves of Loquat IV, Luminous Echoes (poems shortlisted for Into the Void‘s poetry contest) and Dark Magic (Owl Hollow Press), among others. In 2018, she won second prize in the Loquat Literary Festival poetry contest; in 2017, she was a finalist in the Jerry Jazz Musician contest; and in 2016, she was a finalist in the Neoverse Short Story Writing Competition and the Valus’ Sigil contest at SHARKPACK Poetry Review. Her poetry has been positively reviewed on New Pages. Lorna has published essays on the American Renaissance, children’s literature, and Lolita, and she is currently Associate Editor of Gemini Magazine.
You can follow Lorna at email@example.com