Elizabeth Weber has published three collections of poetry, Small Mercies (Owl Creek Press), The Burning House (Main Street Rag) and Porthole Views: Watercolors and Poems on which she collaborated with artist Hazel Stoeckeler (Nodin Press). Her poem “City Generations” was chosen to be a permanent part of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail in 2010. Her poems have appeared in many literary magazines including Calyx, Verse, Kalliope, Puerto del Sol, as well as others. Her essays and reviews have been published in CutBank, Prairie Schooner, The Human Tradition and The Vietnam War, Montana Magazine, and Consequence. Her translations have appeared in Kalliope and CutBank. She is an associate professor at the University of Indianapolis where she teaches creative writing and co-directs the Kellogg Writers Series.