Levi Rogers has an MFA from Antioch University Los Angeles and a Bachelors of English from the University of Utah. He has attended residencies at The Tin House Summer Workshop, The Writer’s Hotel, and the Lighthouse Writers Workshop. He is currently working with the new broadside literary journal Meow Meow Pow Pow as a blog editor. He’s published essays, poetry, and reviews in The Clackamas Review, Entropy, Sojourners, Lunch Ticket, Drunk Monkeys, Akashic Books, Hoot, Daily Coffee News, Roast Magazine, Fresh Cup, and Devour Magazine, amongst others. He owns and runs a coffee roasting company, La Barba Coffee, in Salt Lake City, Utah, where he lived for the last eight years before moving to Portland, Oregon. He lives with his wife Cat, his daughters Evangeline and Emerson, his dog Amelie, and two cats–Chicken and Waffles.
Utah! A Novel is his first book and is available in 2021 from Atmosphere Press. He is also working on a book about faith, depression, and belonging called All We Can Hope For in This Dark and Beautiful World: Memoirs on Belonging