Lily Greenberg is a writer from Nashville, Tennessee and the author of In the Shape of a Woman, published with Broadstone Books in 2022. Her work has appeared in On the Seawall, Eco Theo Review, Kissing Dynamite Poetry, About Place Journal, LEON Literary Review, and Third Coast Magazine, among others, and she is the 2021 recipient of the Dick Shea Memorial Prize for Poetry. Her work has been funded by Bread Loaf Writers, University of New Hampshire, and Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance. Lily holds an MFA from the University of New Hampshire and lives in Nyack, New York where she serves as Grants Coordinator for Columbia University, Poetry Editor for Longleaf Review, and Advisory Committee Member for Hudson Valley Writers Center’s Slapering Hol Press.
Lily is passionate about collaborating with community spaces to host readings for new and established writers. Most recently, Lily created the 3×3 Reading Series at Trinity Episcopal Church in Portland, Maine, which featured women poets in the greater Portland area. If you are interested in hosting a reading series and need a poet to get it off the ground, please reach out via the Contact form.
A highly skilled writer and editor, Lily has experience working with creative and technical writing for all different platforms and audiences. Her specialties include grant writing, content strategy for web and general communications, and writing instruction. To request a CV and more information, please reach out! Lily thrives on collaboration, creativity, and community support.