Kelly Lenox 

Kelly Lenox is inspired by the workings and mystery of the natural world. She is the editor-in-chief of the Environmental Factor, for the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, part of National Institutes of Health. She earned her MFA at the Vermont College of Fine Arts and her BA in environmental science at the University of Virginia. She worked at Powell’s Bookstore in Portland, has edited literary journals, including Hunger Mountain and Rain City Review and taught as a poet in the schools in Portland, Oregon, where she lived until 2011. Lenox was nominated for the Pushcart Prize in 2015 and has won several regional awards for her poetry. Kelly Lenox's poetry collection, The Brightest Rock, was designed by Dave Wofford of Horse and Buggy Press in Durham
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