Alison Ross has been a high school and college English teacher for 18 years. Previously, she worked as a staff writer and editor for technical magazines. In addition to teaching, Alison publishes poetry in a range of publications, and has three chapbooks from reputable small press publishers to her name. Her verse, celebrated for its surrealist phrasing and imagery, has been twice nominated for Best of the Net. Alison also writes book and music reviews for widely read publications like Pop Matters, and publishes and edits a small press magazine that specializes in experimental and surrealist poetry. Most recently, Alison has been a featured reader for the Brownstone Poets in New York City.
University of North Carolina at Greensboro, MFA in Creative Writing
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