Elizabeth Follin-Jones (April 29, 1924 – June 6, 2011) grew up near Philadelphia and attended the University of Michigan, graduating with B.A. in mathematics. A longtime resident of Chevy Chase, MD, she was the author of the chapbook One Flight from the Bottom, winner of the 1990 Baltimore Artscape Literary Award for Poetry. Her poems are included in the anthologies Finding the Name, Cabin Fever: Poets at Joaquin Miller’s Cabin 1984-2001, and Winners: A Retrospective of the Washington Prize. One of her short stories won a PEN Syndicated Fiction Project award. Individual poems of hers appeared in Poet Lore, Passager, and Embers.