Liz Chang, Poet
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About Liz
Liz Chang published her second book of original poetry and translations in 2012 with Book&Arts press, What Ordinary Objects. Her chapbook Animal Nocturne from Moonstone Press is now available [link below]. Her poems have recently been included in Verse Daily, Origins Journal, Stoneboat Literary Journal and Breakwater Review, among others. Her translations from French appeared in The Adirondack Review.

She is 2012 Montgomery County Poet Laureate and an Associate Professor of English at Delaware County Community College. Liz is a member of the poetry editorial board of Philadelphia Stories and the Advisory Board of the Montgomery County Poet Laureate program. She received her MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts and lives with her family, cat and honeybees en les environs of Philadelphia.

Provenance (available through and Barnes and
"Postcard to His Wife" in Philadelphia Stories
Translations from Claude de Burine in The Adirondack Review
"Baby's First Shapes" (the third poem down) in Schuylkill Valley Journal
"They're Sending a Poem-less Library to the Moon" was featured on Verse Daily on June 4, 2019
Moonstone's online store (Animal Nocturne is listed under "chapbooks")

"La poésie n'impose plus; elle s'expose." --Paul Celan
                                                                        (translation: Poetry [she] doesn't impose anything extra; she exposes.)
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