Liz pursued an M.F.A. in Poetry with the intention of joining a community of writers. At Sarah Lawrence, she found that and much more, founding the annual Poetry Festival and working as the College's Director of Special Programs after graduation.
After years in publishing, Kristina was afraid to write. She didn’t want to add another manuscript to an editor’s reject pile.
Mary won her seventh-grade poetry contest. Decades later, she realized she really was a poet.
A family crisis plunged Penny into a writing life she never imagined—complete with a National Magazine Award.