Liz Marlow's debut chapbook, They Become Stars, was the winner of the 2019 Slapering Hol Press Chapbook Competition. Additionally, her poems have appeared in The Bitter Oleander, the minnesota review, Permafrost, Tikkun, Valparaiso Poetry Review, and elsewhere. Slapering Hol Press nominated her poem, "Chaim Rumkowski on Hunger, 1938," for the Pushcart Prize anthology and Vestal Review nominated her flash fiction story, "The Infanticide of Puah," for the Best Microfiction anthology. She earned her MFA from Western Michigan University and MBA from the University of Memphis. She lives in Memphis, Tennessee with her husband and two children and is a volunteer reader for Orange Blossom Review.