Elizabeth Harrington’s poems have appeared in The Hudson Review, Field, Connecticut Review, Nimrod, The Sun, Rattapallax, and other journals, as well as in an anthology about divorce. She was a winner of the Allen Ginsberg Poetry Award and second place winner in The Ledge Poetry Contest.
Her chapbook, Earth’s Milk, (2007) was first runner-up in the Main Street Rag Chapbook Poetry contest. Another chapbook, The Quick and the Dead (2010), took first prize in the Grayson Books competition. Harrington, who grew up in Oklahoma, lives in Tarrytown, New York. She has a Ph.D. in Psychology and has a market research company specializing in qualitative research (Harrington Research Associates).
She’s currently working on a new manuscript about unemployment and the job search.