account_circle by Lindsey Sarah Swanson
Lindsey Sarah Swanson grew up and currently resides in Boston, MA. She studied English Literature and Economics at Wake Forest University, with a focus on poetry under the mentorship of Irish poet Conor O'Callaghan. In 2007 she won the annual Franklin and Marshall Whitesell Prize for her creative essay speculating about Richard Nixon's relationship with senatorial opponent Helen Douglas. In 2010 Lindsey started her own fund, Women and Children Project India to alleviate poverty in the slums of Northern India. She recently returned from a year of doing Microfinance work in rural Nepal. In addition to poetry, she writes short fiction, creative non-fiction, health/nutrition articles, blogs, and comedic essays.