Alison Hurwitz has been featured in Global Poemic, Words and Whispers Journal, Poetry in the Time of Coronavirus Volumes 1 and 2, Tiferet Journal, Writing in a Woman’s Voice, Book of Matches Literary Journal, Amethyst Review, The Shore, Rust and Moth, Speckled Trout Review, Academy of the Heart and Mind, Thimble Literary Magazine, The Jewish Writing Project, River Heron Review, Gyroscope Review, Anti-Heroin Chic, SWWIM Every Day, Lothlorien Poetry Journal, RockPaperPoem, Last Leaves, Carmina Magazine, Minyan Magazine, Chewers and Masticadores, Last Stanza Poetry Journal, ONE ART, The Rumen, The Westchester Review, The Orchards Poetry Journal, and Verse Virtual. Her work is upcoming in Black Fox Literary Magazine, The South Dakota Review, Carmina Magazine, and Scapegoat Review. Alison was a finalist for the grand prize in Volume 2 of Poetry in the Time of Coronavirus, and received an honorable mention from Tiferet Journal for its annual poetry award. She is a two-time 2023 Best of the Net nominee. On the second Sunday of each month, Alison facilitates a free online poetry reading, Well-Versed Words, facebook.com/Iambicreative. She lives with her husband, two sons and rescue dog in North Carolina. When not writing, she officiates weddings and memorial services, takes long walks in the woods with her family, and dances in her kitchen.