Casey Lynn Roland is a writer, artist, theater technician, and educator who has showcased her work at the Massachusetts Poetry Festival, Salem Arts Festival, Read Free or Die!, Speak Up!, The Cellar, Portsmouth Hoot, and U35 among others. She received an MFA in Writing from the University of New Hampshire, and currently works as the Writing Coordinator at Endicott College.
Her poetry can be found in Plainsongs and the Salem Writers Group Anthology. Her artwork has been featured in Super Women of the North Shore!, Beverly Arts Festival, and Salem Arts Festival. She also works as a Stage Manager and Scenic Designer for Firehouse Center for Performing Arts and Marblehead Little Theatre.
Casey Lynn was the recipient of the 2018 Ann Pazo Mayberry Poetry Prize and received an honorable mention for the Dick Shea Memorial Award, both given by the University of New Hampshire.
She was born and raised in Massachusetts and resides between the North Shore and New Hampshire’s Lake Winnipesaukee. Her poetry attempts to reconcile her relationships to those places, the people in them, and how those connections change over time.