Molly Gaudry is the author of We Take Me Apart, which was shortlisted for the 2011 PEN/Joyce Osterweil, named 2nd finalist for the Asian American Literary Award for Poetry, and has earned her comparisons to Gertrude Stein, Marguerite Duras, Angela Carter, Samuel Beckett, and Cormac McCarthy. The verse novel continues to be taught at Brown, Wesleyan, Cornell College, Queens College, CUNY, and other creative writing programs in the US. In 2016, Ampersand Books will release its sequel, Desire: A Haunting, which has already earned her early comparisons to Anne Carson, Pablo Neruda, and Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Gaudry teaches fiction, flash fiction, and lyric essay workshops for the Yale Writers' Conference, as well as teen workshops for New Haven's Company of Writers. She is the founder of Lit Pub.