Levi Rogers has an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Antioch University Los Angeles and a Bachelors of English from the University of Utah. He’s published essays, poetry, and reviews in Hoot!, Lunch Ticket, Drunk Monkeys, Akashic Books, Revolv Magazine, Sojourners, A Deeper Story, The Burnside Writers Collective, and Devour Magazine. He also served on Antioch University’s literary journal, Lunch Ticket, as an associate editor for the Diana Woods Memorial Prize in Creative Nonfiction. He runs a coffee roasting company by day and lives in Salt Lake City with his wife Cat, his dog Amelie, and his socks, all of which have holes.
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