Michael Lee

Writer, Educator. Ed.M candidate at Harvard

Michael Lee is a Norwegian-American writer and author of the chapbook, “Secondly. Finally”, which won the 2014 David Blair Memorial Prize (Organic Weapon Arts). Having received grants and scholarships from the Bread Loaf Writers Conference, the Minnesota State Arts Board, the LOFT Literary Center, and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, his work has appeared or is forthcoming in Ninth Letter, Hayden's Ferry Review, Indiana Review, Phoebe, Copper Nickel, Poetry Northwest, and The Carolina Quarterly among others. Michael has worked as a dish washer, a farm hand, a traveling performer, a youth counselor and arts programming director. Currently, he attends the Harvard Graduate School of Education and lives with many books and a coffee pot.

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