Elizabeth Lund writes about poetry for The Christian Science Monitor, where she served as poetry editor for 10 years. She also hosts and produces Poetic Lines at NewTV.
Elizabeth’s own poems have been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and have been published in a variety of journals including The Christian Century, Connecticut Review, The Dalhousie Review, and Paterson Literary Review, among others. She has read or spoken at various literary festivals including the Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival, the largest in the nation, and the Gaithersburg Literary Festival, where she served as final judge for the 2020 High School Poetry Contest. In every setting and medium, her goal is to help people connect with poetry. As one former guest of Poetic Lines has said, “She elevates an appreciation of others’ work into an art form of her own.” Read more about her work.