Elizabeth Hadaway attended the Workshop in poetry and fiction from 1983-86 and was the Alumna Writer-in-Residence in 1996.
Morgantown, West Virginia – my husband is the rector of Trinity Episcopal Church.
I’m a self-employed formalist poet and in the discernment process for ordination to the Episcopal priesthood. John Donne would approve.
Dorothy Sayers, especially Gaudy Night. She’s sharp about vocation.
A second book of poems. Cussedness.
The Prophets at Joppa, a play in ottava rima, to be produced for the second time this year. My first book, Fire Baton (University of Arkansas Press, 2006, winner of Library of Virginia Award in Poetry, 2007). Wallace Stegner Fellowship, Stanford, 1996-98.
My life would be unrecognizable without it.
Read W.H. Auden’s “The Poet & The City,” in The Dyer’s Hand. And take public transit, or walk.