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Liz Rognes reads "Hope is the thing with feathers" by Emily Dickinson

Liz Rognes
Liz Rognes
Songwriter, musician and writer Liz Rognes

Local musician shares verse about the unwavering, unconditional qualities of hope

Liz Rognes is a musician, writer, and teacher. Her essays and poetry have been featured in various publications, such as Brain Child: the Magazine for Thinking Mothers and Railtown Almanac.

As a singer/songwriter, she has released two indie-folk albums, and she helped co-found Girls Rock Lab, a youth music program that amplifies the voices of girls and queer kids. She has an MFA in creative writing from Eastern Washington University, where she is now a senior lecturer in the Department of English and Philosophy.

More about Liz can be found at her website.