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Alice Elizabeth Rogoff (Elizabeth also because there's another Alice Rogoff) grew up in New Rochelle, New York and moved to San Francisco in 1971. She has a BA in Anthropology from Grinnell College, and MAS in English: Creative Writing and Drama from San Francisco State and a Certificate in Labor Studies from City College, San Francisco. She also was on an Urban Studies program in Chicago and has studied mime and music. She started writing poetry as a child and has been published in many literary magazines including Gyst, Borderlands (Texas Poetry Review) , Pudding magazine, Poetry Pacific as well as community magazines like Street Sheet and Noe Valley Voice. She has four books of poetry, one of which won a Blue Light Book Award. She has received a commission from the San Francisco Arts Commission for a poetry project. She also has had short stories published by Caveat Lector, and Manic D Press and writes songs. She has been co-editor of the Haight Ashbury Literary Journal since 1984 working with many writers over the years, and learning about putting a magazine together. She's given workshops for the Mendocino Environmental Center and for Senior Centers. For a while, she worked for a writers' union. She's married to a former social worker.
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