Browning is a talented researcher and skillful dancer.
Abigail Browning, a native of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, received her MFA in Poetry at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Abigail has poems published in a range of journals including the Yemassee Journal Online, The Greensboro Review, Linebreak, and RHINO Poetry. In addition, she was honored to receive the Amon Liner Poetry Award, the Noel Callow/Academy of American Poets’ Prize, and was a finalist for the Linda Flowers NC Arts Prize. In 2020, Browning attended the Grammy Awards as a lyricist for the Grammy Nominated group, Che Apalache, for her work on their album, “Rearrange my Heart,” produced by Béla Fleck.
Dr. Browning completed her PhD at NC State University in Communication Studies, Media Studies, and English. Her dissertation work researches viral media phenomena that result in offline activism, and her case study was the 2017 Women’s March on Washington.
Dr. Browning also has a passion for jazz music and dance, and teaches swing-era dances across the world in her free time. She also DJs music from the era at local, national, and international events.
Did you know that Abigail has a voice for radio? It’s true!
Join Abigail as she interviews novelists, poets, editors, and publishers about the art and craft of writing.
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