Elizabeth Marino is a published poet and university-level educator who has lived in England and traveled extensively from her home base in Chicago. Her well-received chapbook, Debris: Poems and Memoir was released last year by Moon Journal Press, whose Moon Journal (fall/winter 2006 issue) will include another of her poems. As a member of the She Laughs Collective, she contributed to the spoken word CD Elements of Life, Love and Action, produced by Mars Coulton. Print publications include: the anthologies Between the Heart and the Land/Entre el corazon y la tierra (MARCH/Abrazo Press) and Breaking Mirrors/Raw Images (4:30 Poets); print magazines After Hours, Strong Coffee, Nit & Wit, the NAB Gallery Pamphlet Series. and Envisage (U.K.). She is a graduate of the UIC Writer's Program. "When Chicago calls, who knows who will answer?"
To find out more about Elizabeth, visit voices.e-poets.net/MarinoE.
Elizabeth Marino and Eneidi Martino are collaborating on a project that is being performed at The Chicago Temple on October 27.