Meet Elizabeth T. Gray, Jr.
Liz Gray is an expert on complex negotiation and on the formation and management of strategic alliances and other forms of inter-and intra-organizational collaboration. She is also a poet, and a published translator of Persian and Tibetan literature.
"Any collaborative agreement requires constant evaluation and readjustment if it is going to produce economic value over time."
"After this Hafiz’s secret will remain unspoken. Alas, remember those who keep the secrets."
Khwaja Shams ud-Din Muhammad Hafiz-i Shirazi (d. 1389)
"Elizabeth Gray takes aim at an older mood that surrealism and modernism divided between them..."
John Peck on SERIES | INDIA, Four Way Books, April 2015
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On 15 October 2015 Liz Gray was interviewed by Sharon Benzoni, on "At the Moment," on radio station WNHH, in New Haven, Connecticut. The interview includes Ms. Gray reading selected poems and translations, and a wide-ranging discussion of both SERIES | INDIA and her current work on the poem cycle SALIENT, geographically centered in Belgian Flanders in 1917, and the links across her work generally. Audio, to be streamed or downloaded, is available here.
The text of this poem, from SERIES | INDIA, was published on 29 November 2015, at Women's Voices for Change. The text is accompanied by a video recording of Liz Gray reading the poem and an discussion of the poem by Becky Foust. You can find it here.