Liz Abrams-Morley

Departments and Positions:
Adjunct Faculty, Graduate Creative Writing

Liz Abrams-Morley's collection, Necessary Turns, was published by Word Press in 2010 and won an Eric Hoffer Award for Excellence in Small Press Publishing that year.  Other collections include Learning to Calculate the Half Life (Zinka Press) and What Winter Reveals (Plan B Press). Her poems and short stories have been published in a variety of nationally distributed anthologies, journals, and ezines, and have been read on NPR. She provided text for two award-winning limited edition artist’s books and is collaborating with two colleagues on a workbook of writing prompts. New poems are in Persimmon Tree, Philadelphia Stories and Passager. Her story "Mitzraim Means Tight Places, The Rabbi Said" was performed at The Adrienne Theatre as part of InterAct Theatre’s Writing Aloud Series. Co-founder/director of Around the Block Writers' Collaborative, Liz was honored for “Distinguished Teaching, Graduate Level” in April of 2009 for her work on the MFA faculty at Rosemont College. She has served as an artist in the schools at all grade levels since 1990.