Lizzie Lawson is a Minnesota-born essayist. Her essays and reviews have appeared in The Rumpus, Identity Theory, Santa Ana River ReviewWhistling Shade, Atticus Review, Gravel, Rain Taxi Review of Books, and others. She worked in marketing for three years for an industrial pump company in Northeast Minneapolis and is currently an MFA student in nonfiction at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.  She enjoys listening to the same song over and over, reading experimental memoirs, taking personality tests, and re-watching clips of SNL. She is in the beginning stages on a work of auto-fiction and a collection of essays about being kind of weird and having a lot of younger siblings. Her color aura is pink.





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