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MOLLY GAUDRY
Curriculum Vitae
June 2018

EDUCATION
Exp. 2019 — PhD, Fiction, University of Utah
2013 — MFA, Poetry, George Mason University
2008 — MA, Fiction, University of Cincinnati
2006 — BA, English & Fiction Certificate, University of Cincinnati
1999 — Vocational, Creative Writing, School for Creative & Performing Arts (K–12)

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS
2013–present — Yale University, Faculty, Yale Writers’ Workshop, New Haven, CT

PUBLISHER, EDITOR, & CONTRIBUTOR POSITIONS
2011–present — Founder and Publisher, The Lit Pub
2012 — Inaugural Guest Editor, Hybrid Beasts, Red Lemonade’s 1st Annual Anthology
2011 — Guest Editor, The Doctor TJ Eckleburg Review Summer Prosetry Contest
2010 — Guest Editor, SmokeLong Quarterly (Weekly Edition)
2008–2012 — Publisher, Cow Heavy Books
2008–2012 — Co-founding Editor, Twelve Stories
2009–2011 — Contributor, Big Other
2008–2010 — Founding Editor, Willows Wept Review
2008–2010 — Associate Editor, Keyhole Magazine

PUBLICATIONS

Books: Creative Nonfiction
2019 — Fit Into Me, Ampersand Books
* Shortlisted 2016 Graywolf Nonfiction Prize

Books: Verse Novels
2018 — Desire: A Haunting, Ampersand Books
2014 — We Take Me Apart, Ampersand Books (reprint; Mud Luscious Press, 2010)
* Finalist 2011 Asian American Literary Award for Poetry
* Shortlisted 2011 PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award for Poetry

Chapbooks: Creative Nonfiction
2014 — Wild Thing, The Cupboard

Chapbooks: Poetry
2014 — Shadow Memories, included in Black Warrior Review 41.1
2010 — Anatomy for the Artist, Blossombones
2009 — Bloody Floral Sandals, Scantily Clad Press
2009 — Parts, Mud Luscious Press

Chapbooks: Fiction
2012 — Lost July, included in Frequencies, YesYes Books
2011 — Portrait of a Modern Family, Featherproof Minibooks

Anthologies: Poetry
2015 — Mad to Live Erased, Ed. Randall Brown, "Morton Bonsey,” Matter Press
2014 — (T)here: Writings on Returnings, Ed. Brandi Dawn Henderson, “Fruit,” Martlet & Mare
2013 — Multifesto: A Henri D’mescan Remix, Ed. Davis Schneiderman, “Henri d’Mescan: From Abstractions (1937),” Spuyten Duyvil
2012 — A Face to Meet the Faces: An Anthology of Contemporary Persona Poetry, Eds. Stacey Lynn Brown & Oliver de la Paz, “Picasso’s Heart,” U of Akron Press
2012 — In Those Days We, Ed. Jennifer Tomaloff, “Sarah,” “Matilda,” Bending Light Into Verse
2011 — Bleed Me A River: A Domestic Violence Anthology, Ed. David S. Pointer, "The Peacock Lady” and “Featherman,” Westview
2011 — Very Beautiful Women, Ed. DJ Berndt, “The Pink,” Pangur Ban Party
2010 — MLP Stamp Stories Anthology, Ed. JA Tyler, Excerpt from WTMA, Mud Luscious Press
2009 — MLP: The First Year, Ed. JA Tyler, "parts,” Mud Luscious Press
2008 — What Happened To Us These Last Couple Years? An Anthology of the Bush Years, Ed. David Barringer, "Sir Salman Rushdie,” “The Apology,” “Eat,” Elope Press

Anthologies: Fiction
2011 — Kartika Review Anthology, Ed. Christine Lee Zilka, “The parents, they have lost their daughter,” Kartika Press
2010 — RE: Telling, Ed. William Walsh, "Down at the Dinghy,” Ampersand Books
2010 — A La Carte: Short Stories that Stir the Foodie In All of Us, Ed. S. Craig Renfroe, "Lavender Rose Petal Cheesecake,” Main Street Rag Publishing Co.
2010 — Best of the Web 2010, Ed. Kathy Fish, "The Sky as John Saw It the Night Kate Sparkled,” Dzanc Books
2009 — Best of the Web 2009, Ed. Lee K. Abbott, "The American,” Dzanc Books
2009 — Dogzplot, Ed. Barry Graham, "July in Cincinnati,” Paper Hero
2001 — Feral Parakeets & Other Stories, Ed. Ryck Neube, "My Weakness,” Cincinnati Writers Project

Periodicals: Creative Nonfiction
2016 — Tale, “Why I Write”
2016 — Banango, “Dreaming of a Thousand Things”
2016 — Ottawa Poetry Newsletter, “On Writing #105: Molly Gaudry”
2016 — apt, “Hermes, in medias res
2015 — Stirrings, “You Know You’re Adopted When”
2015 — The Margins, “The Bridge At No Gun Ri”
2015 — Drunken Boat, “Your Name Is Rose”
2015 — Origins, “Because Mary Ruefle says she’s convinced the first lyric poem was witness to the moon and that the moon was witness to the event”
2015 — Prime Number, “The Only Thing I Can Think of Is Heartbreak”
2014 — HTML Giant, “Summer Reads”
2013 — Necessary Fiction, “The Other Things We Do: Dance”
2013 — The Next Best Book Blog, “Eat Like An Author: Molly Gaudry”
2013 — Psychopomp, “Wild Thing,” No. 02
2012 — Puerto del Sol, Chapters One-Four from Beauty: An Adoption, No. 47-1
2009 — anderbo, “Problems”
2008 — Keyhole Magazine, “Georgia On My Mind”

Periodicals: Fiction
2015 — Heavy Feather Review, “Creation Myth”
2015 — Bombay Literary Magazine, “The American”
2014 — Necessary Fiction, excerpts from Fit Into Me
2013 — First Inkling, “Fit Into Me”
2011 — Housefire, “These Tender Balloons”
2010 — Cartographer Electric!, “Baltimore Song” and “Lettuce Love”
2010 — Drunken Boat, “The Professional Lover”
2010 — East&West Magazine, “Georgia On My Mind”
2010 — [PANK], “The Fan Dancers” co-written with Lily Hoang
2009 — Apt, “Happy Birthday, Miss Penny Primrose,” No. 19
2009 — Emprise Review, “Potpourri”
2009 — Eyeshot, “The End of Blogging As We Now Know It”
2009 — Fawlt Magazine, “Eliza Little’s Leaving”
2009 — Kartika Review, “The parents, they have lost their daughter”
2009 — Mud Luscious, “The Dead Cells of the Day,” No. 07
2009 — Night Train, “An”
2009 — Northville Review, “Paisley”
2009 — [PANK], “How a Girl Like Mary Got Giggle Water Drunk in Johnny Oe’s Struggle Buggy,” No. 03
2009 — Quick Fiction, “Procession,” No. 14
2009 — Robot Melon, “Apple Baby Moses Law,” No. 06
2009 — Serendipity, “The Bees,” No. 15, the final, best-of issue
2009 — Titular, “Down at the Dinghy”
2008 — Abjective, “The Sky As John Saw It the Night Kate Sparkled”
2008 — Dogzplot, “Hot Nuts”
2008 — Hobart, “Jesus or Happy Birthday”
2008 — Lamination Colony, “Last time it rained this hard the dog drowned”
2008 — Serendipity, “The Bees,” No. 09
2008 — Titular, “Six Feet Under"
2008 — Wigleaf, “Come See the Monkey”
2008 — Word Riot, “Three’s Your Limit”
2008 — UpRightDown, “The American,” No. 01

Periodicals: Poetry
2014 — OmniVerse (“ZombieVerse” Issue), “Parts”
2014 — Sugar Mule, excerpts from Desire: A Haunting
2013 — Columbia Poetry Review, “Iris, Christmas Eve”
2013 — Experiment-O, excerpt from Ogie: A Ghost Story
2013 — Line Break, “Fruit” and “Dear Satomi Shirai”
2013 — Lucid Play, excerpts from Ogie: A Ghost Story
2013 — Prick of the Spindle, excerpts from Ogie: A Ghost Story
2013 — Similar:Peaks::, excerpt from Ogie: A Ghost Story
2013 — Unshod Quills, excerpt from Ogie: A Ghost Story
2012 — Barrelhouse, “No Nation Woman”
2012 — Nickel Steak, “Welcome to the Carnival”
2012 — Pear Noir!, “Best. Summer. Ever.,” No. 07
2012 — So It Goes: Literary Journal of the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library, “War Wear”
2011 — Dinosaur Bees, “Die with me when I die”
2011 — Gargoyle, “Bug, Car, Man: A Triptych,” “A Wanderer Plays on Muted Strings,” “Is to love an imperative infinitive?” and “Velveteen,” No. 57
2011 — Matter Press: Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, “Marge Next Door”
2011 — Midwestern Gothic, “War Wear,” No. 01
2011 — Necessary Fiction, “Rain”
2011 — Requited Journal, “My house is filled with flowers. The walls are bare.”
2011 — Sixth Finch, “As long as there is breath in me”
2011 — Tarpaulin Sky, Prologue and 1.1 from Rosalia
2011 — Verse Daily: Weekly Web Feature, “Desire”
2011 — Wonderfort, “How I dressed for dinner every evening”
2011 — Wrong Tree Review, “Nothing says home like Boredom,” No. 03
2010 — Artifice Magazine, “Love, Wolf,” No. 02
2010 — Poets for Living Waters, “Glass Cinders”
2010 — Dark Sky Magazine, Excerpts from Portrait of a Modern Family
2010 — Eleven Eleven, “pea,” “cocoa,” No. 09
2010 — ESQUE, Prologue from Rosalia
2010 — IsReads, “No. 1”
2010 — JMWW, “The Peacock Lady” and “Featherman”
2010 — Kill Author, “Hunt Her, Gather Her”
2010 — Monkeybicycle, “Sadness, War, Heartbreak,” No. 07
2010 — Moon Milk Review, “pea” (published as “From We Take Me Apart)
2010 — Necessary Fiction, “Erasure” and “Soulkeeper”
2010 — The Nervous Breakdown, “Egg”
2010 — Octopus Magazine, Chapters 2, 3, 4 from Rosalia, No. 14
2010 — Poets for Living Waters, “Glass Cinders” and “Reborn”
2010 — Robot Melon, “Field Mice,” No. 11
2010 — Slingshot Litareview, “Disappear”
2010 — Thunderclap! Magazine, “Gone fishin’ suckas!” No. 04
2010 — TRNSFR, “On 9th,” No. 03
2010 — Turk’s Head Review, “Morning” and “Greet Me”
2010 — Vinyl, “Desire”
2010 — Yesterday’s Bouquet, “What is the story of legs?” and “Happy Easter, Meg”
2009 — Barrelhouse, “I Cook, I Clean”
2009 — The Battered Suitcase, “Milk Butter and Rose Petal Lip Balm”
2009 — Big Toe Review, “A Letter, A Number, Some Punctuation”
2009 — Blue Print Review, “faith”
2009 — Counterexample Poetics, “by the bony structure of the upper limb—”
2009 — decomP, “Queen Hibiscus” and “You Are the Weeper and I Am the Grower”
2009 — Dogzplot, “July In Cincinnati”
2009 — elimae, “Instead of flying in for her thirty-first birthday”
2009 — Everyday Genius, “chicken”
2009 — Finery, “Anatomical Terminology,” No. 06
2009 — For Every Year, “Where Are the Snows of Yesteryear?”
2009 — FRiGG, “by muscles of the upper limb—” and “by muscular system of the upper limb and its function”
2009 — Nova Cookie and Frozen Hell, Untitled
2009 — Oak Bend Review, “Anechka Rybalsky Is A Tree”
2009 — [PANK], “Beneath Mosquito Netting I Imagine,” No. 03
2009 — Pax Americana, “Reunion,” No. 12
2009 — Pear Noir!, “Chilled Pear and Rose Petal Soup,” No. 02
2009 — Red Peter, “Body” and “Easter Monday”
2009 — Tuesday Shorts, “I ate a slice of orange today”
2009 — Unscroll, “Burned”
2009 — Whiskey Island Magazine, “Parts,” No. 57
2009 — Yesterday’s Bouquet, “gratitude,” “mission,” “courage,” and “bouquet”
2008 — Six Sentences, “Once Upon A Train”
2008 — Tulip, “Dandelions”

Periodicals: Book Reviews
2012 — Lit Pub, “Julie Otsuka’s The Buddha In the Attic
2011 — Lit Pub, “On Marguerite Duras and Writing
2011 — Lit Pub, “Blake Butler’s Nothing: A Memoir of Insomnia
2011 — Lit Pub, “The Long Line: Why Use It?: CK Williams’s Collected Poems
2011 — Lit Pub, “Put My Head In Your Lap: Claudia Smith’s Put Your Head In My Lap
2011 — American Book Review, “Adam Novy’s the Avian Gospels: Book I
2011 — Asymptote, “Mirja Unge’s ‘It was just, Yesterday,’” Feature: Translations
2011 — Big Other, “Tom Williams’s The Mimic’s Own Voice
2011 — Big Other, “Kimiko Hahn’s The Narrow Road to the Interior
2011 — Big Other, “Kimiko Hahn’s The Artist’s Daughter,” 2011
2011 — Big Other, “WTF is The Source? WTF is Conceptual Writing?”
2011 — Big Other, “Ten Reasons I Hate Emily Giffin’s Something Borrowed
2011 — Big Other, “TJ Beitelman’s Pilgrims: A Love Story
2011 — Big Other, “Joseph Riippi’s The Orange Suitcase
2011 — Big Other, “Charles Simic’s Dime Store Alchemy
2011 — Big Other, “Brian McGettrick’s Everything Else We Must Endure
2011 — Big Other, “Evelyn Hampton’s We Were Eternal and Gigantic
2011 — Big Other, “Prathna Lor’s Ventriloquism and Myriam Gurba’s Wish You Were Me
2011 — Big Other, “‘Your Borders, Your Rivers, Your Tiny Villages,’ by Amy Bloom”
2011 — Big Other, “‘The Smell of Hay’ and ‘The Cure,’ by Carl Phillips”
2011 — Big Other, “The Anxiety of Reading Poems & Kimiko Hahn’s The Unbearable Heart
2011 — Big Other, “Carole Maso’s Aureole
2011 — Big Other, “Robert Walser’s Speaking to the Rose & Harry Mathews’s 20 Lines a Day
2011 — Big Other, “Carson, Saterstrom, Conrad, the Roubauds, Boully, and Ruefle”
2011 — Big Other, Bully by James Scott, Bullied by Ryan Call”
2011 — Big Other, “Jacques Roubaud’s Some Thing Black & Alix Roubaud’s Alix’s Journal
2011 — Big Other, “Contemporary Verse Novels & Anne Carson’s Autobiography of Red, Selah Saterstrom’s The Pink Institution, and CA Conrad’s The Book of Frank
2010 — Big Other, “Remembering Grace Paley (December 11, 1922–August 22, 2007)”
2010 — Big Other, “Salesses makes it happen—confidently and with style”
2010 — Big Other, A Jello Horse and Your Rightful Home
2010 — Big Other, For All These Wretched, Beautiful, & Insignificant Things So Uselessly & Carelessly Destroyed by Hosho McCreesh”
2009 — Big Other,PUSH (a novel) and Precious (the movie)”
2009 — East&West Magazine, “Murakami’s Kafka on the Shore
2009 — East&West Magazine, “The (Asian) American Dream”
2009 — JMWW,Light Boxes by Shane Jones”
2009 — NOO Journal,Unclean Jobs for Women and Girls by Alissa Nutting”

Periodicals: Conducted Interviews & Conversations
2012 — Lit Pub, “A Conversation with Carmen Gimenez Smith”
2011 — Lit Pub, “An Interview with Blake Butler”
2011 — Lit Pub, “An Interview with Lidia Yuknavitch”
2011 — Big Other, “A Conversation with Kristina Born”
2010 — HTML Giant, “An Interview with Evan Lavender-Smith”
2010 — Keyhole Magazine, “An Interview with Ben Loory,” 2010
2010 — Keyhole Magazine, “An Interview with Shya Scanlon”
2010 — Keyhole Magazine, “An Interview with Ken Sparling”
2010 — Keyhole Magazine, “An Interview with Christopher Higgs”
2009 — Rumble Magazine, “An Interview with Claudia Smith”
2009 — Keyhole Magazine, “An Interview with Andrew Zornoza”
2009 — Keyhole Magazine, “A Conversation with Amelia Gray”
2009 — Keyhole Magazine, “A Conversation with Lily Hoang”
2009 — Keyhole Magazine, “An Interview with Blake Butler”
2009 — Keyhole Magazine, “An Interview with Joshua Michael Stewart”
2009 — Keyhole Magazine, “An Interview with Darrin Doyle”
2009 — Keyhole Magazine, “Lydia Millet on My Happy Life
2009 — Keyhole Magazine, “An Interview with Kyle Beachy”
2009 — Keyhole Magazine, “An Interview with JC Hallman”
2009 — Keyhole Magazine, “BR Smith on ‘The Countrymen (Haiti, 1798)’”
2009 — Keyhole Magazine, “An Interview with Shane Jones”
2009 — Keyhole Magazine, “Jimmy Chen on ‘Typewriter’”
2009 — Keyhole Magazine, “Benjamin Percy on Descriptive Language”
2009 — Keyhole Magazine, “An Interview with Thomas Glave”
2008 — Keyhole Magazine, “Anthony Doerr on ‘The Hunter’s Wife’”
2008 — Keyhole Magazine, “Charles J. Hanley on The Bridge at No Gun Ri
2008 — Keyhole Magazine, “Richard Garcia on ‘My Grandmother’s Laughter’”

Periodicals: Literary Criticism
2009 — Absurdist Monthly Review, “Torture in Cultural and Literary (Con)Texts: Animal Rights, Domestic Abuse, Abu Ghraib, and Aimee Bender’s ‘End of the Line’”
2009 — Fringe Magazine No. 18, “Revaluing Nature Writing: Toward Love & Flower Power"

AWARDS & HONORS
2018 — Finalist, Crab Orchard Series Poetry Open Competition, What Are You?
2016 — Shortlisted, Graywolf Nonfiction Prize, Fit Into Me
2016 — Nominated by apt, Best of the Net, “Hermes: In Medias Res”
2013 — Nominated by Prick of the Spindle, Pushcart Prize, Excerpts from Desire (published as “Excerpt from Ogie: A Ghost Story”)
2012 — Nominated by Garrett Hongo, “Asian American Portraits of Encounter,” National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC
2012 — Nominated by Garrett Hongo for TA Fellowship, Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference
2011 — Finalist, 14th Annual Asian Am. Literary Award for Poetry, We Take Me Apart
2011 — Shortlisted, 2011 PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award for Poetry, We Take Me Apart
2011 — Nominated by Pedro Ponce for the 2012 ALMA (Annual Laurentian Mentorship in the Arts) honorarium, St. Lawrence University
2011 — Nominated by PEN Member Dawn Raffel for the 2011 PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award for Poetry, We Take Me Apart
2010 — Nominated by Monkeybicycle for a Pushcart Prize, “Sadness, War, Heartbreak”
2010 — Selected by Brian Evenson for Wigleaf’s Top 50 (Very) Short Fictions, “I Cook, I Clean”
2010 — Selected by Kathy Fish for Dzanc Books’ Best of the Web 2010, “The Sky as John Saw It the Night Kate Sparkled”
2009 — Finalist, Firewheel Chapbook Award, Problems of Depiction
2009 — Finalist, Rose Metal Press’s 3rd Annual Short Short Fiction Chapbook Contest, Come See the Monkey and Other Stories
2009 — Nominated by Emprise Review for a Pushcart Prize, “Potpourri”
2009 — Nominated by Whiskey Island Magazine for a Pushcart Prize, “Parts”
2009 — Nominated by Abjective for Dzanc Books’ Best of the Web 2010, “The Sky As John Saw It the Night Kate Sparkled”
2009 — Nominated by Mud Luscious for a Pushcart Prize, Excerpts, We Take Me Apart
2009 — Nominated by [PANK] for a Pushcart Prize, “Beneath mosquito netting I imagine”
2009 — Nominated by Mud Luscious for Best of the Web 2010, “Dead Cells of the Day”
2009 — Nominated by Yesterday’s Bouquet for Best of the Web 2010, “gratitude”
2009 — Nominated by Big Toe Review for Best of the Net 2009, “A Letter, A Number, Some Punctuation: After Richard Garcia”
2009 — Longlisted for Wigleaf's Top 50 (Very) Short Fictions 2009, “The Sky as John Saw It the Night Kate Sparkled”
2009 — Reader-nominated for storySouth's Million Writers Award, “Georgia on My Mind”
2009 — Selected by Serendipity for its final, best-of issue, “The Bees”
2009 — Selected by Lee K. Abbott, Dzanc Books’ Best of the Web 2009, “The American”
2008 — Nominated by Serendipity for The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, “The Bees”
2006 — Honorable Mention, “Today,” Academy of American Poets Prize
2003 — Recipient, Hopton Short Story Prize, “Monitu,” University of Cincinnati

GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS
2018 — Recipient, Steffensen Cannon Fellowship, University of Utah
2018 — Honorable Mention, Graduate Research Fellowship, University of Utah
2018 — Nominated by English Department Graduate Committee, Graduate Research Fellowship, University of Utah
2014 — Recipient, Vice Presidential Fellowship (Renewed), University of Utah
2013 — Recipient, Vice Presidential Fellowship, University of Utah

INVITED TALKS
2017 — University of Alabama, Bankhead Series Literary Salon, “The Acceptance of Influence: How Tender Buttons Was Taken Apart to Make We Take Me Apart,” Tuscaloosa, AL
2014, Mount Mary College, Skype Lecture/Q&A, Ryder Collins’s Graduate Workshop, “Verse Novels and We Take Me Apart
2013 — New Mexico State University, Skype Lecture/Q&A, Lily Hoang’s Master’s Workshop, “Verse Novels and We Take Me Apart
2011 — Melville House, 3rd Annual Asian American Literary Festival, Asian American Writers’ Workshop, “Poetry Showcase: Molly Gaudry, Kimiko Hahn, Garrett Hongo, and Tracy K. Smith,” moderated by Patrick Rosal, Brooklyn, NY
2009 — Rosemont College, Guest Lecture, Randall Brown’s Fiction Workshop, “Flash Fiction,” Rosemont, PA 

CONFERENCE PANELS
2014 — AWP, “Shouting In A Crowded Room: Challenges In Expanding Small-Press Readership,” moderated by Frances Dinger (with panelists Richard Nash, Jacob Perkins), Seattle, WA
2014 — AWP, “So You Want To Build A Platform: But What Is It & Why Do You Need One? Women Writers and Editors Speak Out,” moderated by Sheila McMullin (with panelists Rosebud Ben-Oni, Arisa White, Sheryl Rivett), Seattle, WA
2013 — Johns Hopkins University, 5th Annual Conversations & Connections: Practical Advice on Getting Published, “Literary Citizenship,” (with panelists Nate Brown, Adam Robinson, Dan Brady), Baltimore, MD
2012 — Yale Writers’ Conference, “Small Press Publishing: Akashic Books, Bellevue Literary Press, Small Beer Press, and Lit Pub,” moderated by Terence Hawkins, New Haven, CT
2011 — Johns Hopkins University, 4th Annual Conversations & Connections: Practical Advice on Getting Published, “The Nature of the Digital Landscape,” (with panelists Dave Housley, Dan Cafaro, Adam Robinson, Erin Fitzgerald), Baltimore, MD
2011 — AWP, “The Audacity of Scope: Crafting the Book-length Poem,” Craft of Poetry Panel (with panelists Stacey Lynn Brown, Philip Memmer, Thorpe Moeckel), Washington, DC
2009 — Johns Hopkins University, 3rd Annual Conversations & Connections: Practical Advice on Getting Published, “Flash Fiction,” Moderator, Flash Fiction Panel (with panelists Laura Ellen Scott, Joseph Young, David Erlewine), Baltimore, MD
2008 — University of Cincinnati, “Publishing & Editing,” Publishing Panel (with panelists Nicola Mason, Don Bogen), Cincinnati, OH
2008 — AWP, “Giving High School Writers the Tools They Need to Engage in Long-Term Projects,” Fiction and Drama Panel, Pedagogy Forum, NYC, NY

DEPARTMENTAL TALKS
2016 — University of Utah, Utah Daily Chronicle Writers Workshop, SLC, UT
2011 — George Mason University, Undergraduate English Society Publishing Panel, “What Undergraduates Need To Know About Publishing,” Fairfax, VA
2010 — George Mason University, Lecture and Public Workshop, “Personal Statements for Graduate School Applications,” Fairfax, VA
2010 — George Mason University, GMU’s Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation, Graduate and Fellowship Panel, “Crafting the Personal Statement,” Fairfax, VA
2010 — Widener University, Guest Lecture, Kenneth Pobo’s Senior Seminar, “Verse Novels and We Take Me Apart,” Chester, PA
2010 — Widener University, Guest Lecture, Michael Cocciarale’s Senior Seminar, “Online Publishing & Small Presses,” Chester, PA
2008 — University of Cincinnati, Representing Violence: Literature & Visual Cultures, Ropes Graduate Colloquium, “Torture in Cultural and Literary (Con)texts: Animal Rights, Domestic Abuse, Abu Ghraib, and Aimee Bender’s ‘End of the Line,’” Cincinnati, OH

INVITED READINGS
2017 — University of Alabama, Bankhead Series, Historic Drish House, Tuscaloosa, AL
2015 — Asian Writers Book Club Luncheon & Reception, SLC, UT
2014 — City Art Book Festival, SLC Public Library, UT
2014 — Literary Death Match (judge), Urban Lounge, SLC, UT
2014 — Reading at the Republican, The Republican, SLC, UT
2014 — Muzzle + Vinyl, Lucid Lounge, Seattle, WA
2013 — Working Dog, Graduate Reading Series, University of Utah, SLC, UT
2012 — Revolution, Independence, Freedom: A Literary Salon, Vermilion, OH
2012 —Call Your Girlfriend, Blue Moon Café, Washington, DC
2012— Literary Death Match, DC9, Washington, DC
2012 —Table X/Y Reading Experiment, Outer Space Studio, Chicago, IL
2012— Propaganda Reading, Haymarket Pub, Chicago, IL
2011— Page Turner: AAWW Annual Literary Festival, Melville House, Brooklyn, NY
2011 —UMass Boston Presents MLP, UMass Boston Bookstore, Boston, MA
2011— Colorado State University MLP, Equinox Brewing, Fort Collins, CO
2011 —Bad Show Affair, Lost Lake Lounge Denver, CO
2011 —GMU’s Loud Fire Reading Series, The Soundry, Vienna, VA
2011 —The Three Tents Reading Series, The Big Hunt, Washington, DC
2011 —Women Kickass Writers, Goodbye Blue Monday, NYC, NY
2011 —Divination, Ireland’s Four Provinces, Washington, DC
2010 — Great Lakes, Great Times, Ann Arbor, MI
2010 — TRNSFR Launch, Pete’s Candy Store, NYC, NY
2010 — Barrelhouse Presents Artifice Magazine, Wonderland Ballroom, Washington, DC
2010 — Monumental Reading Series, Baltimore, MD
2010 — GMU’s Kindling Reading Series, Vienna, VA
2010 — Barrelhouse Presents Moon Milk Review, Washington, DC
2010— Dogzplot & JMWW Reading, Baltimore, MD
2010 — The Broad Set Reading Series, Philadelphia, PA
2010 — Last Rites Reading Series, Baltimore, MD
2010 — Enclave Reading Series, NYC, NY
2010 — Mud Luscious & Flatmancrooked, AWP 2010, Denver, CO
2010 — Dogzpank, AWP 2010, Denver, CO
2010 — Chapter & Verse, Philadelphia, PA
2010 — Ding Dong Lounge, NYC, NY
2010 — 440 Reading Series, NYC, NY
2010 — 510 Reading Series, Baltimore, MD
2009 — Myopic Books, Providence, RI
2009 — Dire Literary Series, Cambridge, MA
2009 — KGB Bar, NYC, NY
2009 — The Book Cellar, Chicago, IL

PRESS
2017 — Psychopomp Magazine, “We Take Me Apart by Molly Gaudry”
2016 — The Fictionaut Blog, “Writers on Craft: Molly Gaudry”
2015 — Dennis Cooper, “Mine for yours: My favorite fiction, poetry, nonfiction, music, film, art & internet of 2015”
2015 — Entropy, “2015: Entropy Thanks the Literary Advocates”
2015 — The Cupboard, “An Interview with Molly Gaudry”
2015 —The Critical Flame, “Conversations: Molly Gaudry and Kristina Marie Darling”
2015 — Word Mothers: Interviews with Female Authors, Word Artists, and Book Industry Professionals, “Meet Molly Gaudry”
2015 — Speaking of Marvels: Interviews About Chapbooks, Novellas, and Other Shorter Forms, “See my flowers! Smell my flowers! An Interview with Molly Gaudry”
2015 — theEEEL, “Molly Gaudry: Wild Thing”
2015 — The Drunken Odyssey, “Buzzed Books #22: We Take Me Apart
2015 — Geosi Reads: A World of Literary Pieces, “Interview with Molly Gaudry”
2015 — Best American Poetry blog, “Gender, Genre, & Hybridity: A Conversation between Kristina Marie Darling and Molly Gaudry”
2014 — New Delta Review, “A Conversation with Molly Gaudry”
2014 — Volume I Brooklyn, “Afternoon Bites: Emily St. John Mandel, Albini’s Keynote, Chloe Caldwell, Pulp Documentary, and More”
2014 — Electric Literature, “‘Melville Never Wrote Me A Choose Your Own Adventure Book’: Writers on Their ‘Lowbrow’ Influences”
2014 — Flavorwire, “50 Excellent Novels by Female Writers Under 50 Everyone Should Read”
2014 — The Poetry Question, “Review: Molly Gaudry—Wild Thing
2014 — Volume I Brooklyn, “The Zinophile: Haunting Chapbooks from Molly Gaudry, Eileen Myles, and Chris Kraus”
2014 — Electric Literature, “New Genres: Domestic Fabulism or Kansas with a Difference”
2014 — Missouri Review SOUNDBOOTH, “Interview: Molly Gaudry, Founder of Lit Pub”
2014 — Girl Friday Productions, “AWP 2014: We Came, We Saw, We Conferenced”
2014 — Publishers Weekly, “Challenges and Rewards in Small Press Publishing: An AWP Panel”
2013 — Lantern Review Blog, “A Conversation with Molly Gaudry”
2013 — Rob McLennan’s blog, “12 or 20 (second series) questions with Molly Gaudry”
2013 — Pea River Journal, “Molly Gaudry Interview”
2012 — MILK, We Take Me Apart by Molly Gaudry”
2012 — Asian American Literature Fans, “Megareview”
2012 — Used Furniture Review, “These Things Don’t Happen By Themselves: A Conversation with Molly Gaudry”
2012 — TNBBC’s The Next Best Book Blog, “Indie Spotlight: The Lit Pub”
2011 — Ploughshares, “Innovators in Lit #10: The Lit Pub”
2011 — The New Yorker, “In the News: Dead Sea Scrolling, Peace Via Pen”
2011 — Korean Beacon, “KAs@Work: Molly Gaudry of The Lit Pub”
2011 — Big Think, “Can An Online Bookstore Be A Community Bookstore?”
2011 — The Faster Times, “The Lit Pub Is Here: An Interview with New Indie Lit Company Founder Molly Gaudry”
2011 — HTML Giant, “The Lit Pub, WTF is it?”
2011 — Luna Park, “Molly Gaudry & The Lit Pub”
2011 — Impose Magazine, “Quick Questions with Molly Gaudry of The Lit Pub”
2011 — Burrow Press, “An Interview with Molly Gaudry”
2011 — American Book Review, “With A Sense of Disclosure”
2010 — Fringe Magazine, “Q&A with Molly Gaudry”
2010 — The Nervous Breakdown, “Molly Gaudry: The TNB Self-Interview”
2010 — Flatmancrooked, “The Big Secret: 10 Indie Publishers and 10 Books You Might Not Have Heard of For All the Wrong Reasons”
2010 — Piping of Plenty, “Molly Gaudry again”
2010 — The Doctor TJ Eckleburg Review, “Author Talk: Molly Gaudry”
2010 — Emerging Writers Network, “Book Review: We Take Me Apart by Molly Gaudry”
2009 — Prick of the Spindle, We Take Me Apart by Molly Gaudry”
2009 — [PANK], We Take Me Apart: A Review by Nicelle Davis”
2009 — Great Twin Cities Poetry Read & Road Show, “Find the Girl in Echo Park & Take Her Apart: A Review of 3 Small Press Titles Seeking the Female (Gaudry, Hamm, & Darst)”
2009 — Amber Sparks, “Ruin, Rebirth, Red Roses: We Take Me Apart by Molly Gaudry”
2009 — [PANK], “Spotlight: Molly Gaudry, Writer, Editor, Charmer”
2009 — decomP magazinE, “A Review of Gaudry’s We Take Me Apart
2009 — HTML Giant, “Interview with Molly Gaudry”
2009 — JMWW, “We Take Molly Apart (and carefully put her back the way we found her)”
2009 — Hobart, “An Interview with Molly Gaudry”
2009 — The Broad Set Writing Collective, “Review: We Take Me Apart by Molly Gaudry”
2009 — The Laughing Yeti, “Molly Gaudry Takes A Test”
2009 — Madoreable, “Molly Gaudry Interview”
2009 — Apostrophe Cast, “Molly Gaudry reads from We Take Me Apart

RADIO, PODCASTS, & STAGE PERFORMANCES
2016 — This Choice Podcast, “This Choice: Molly Gaudry”
2014 — The Missouri Review’s Soundbooth Podcast Series
2011 — KKUP 91.5 FM, “Out of Our Minds,” host JP Dancing Bear, Cupertino, CA
2011 — Sweet! Actors Reading Writers, “Picasso’s Heart,” “Die with me when I die,” NYC, NY
2010 — Orange Alert Podcast, “‘The Peacock Lady’ and ‘Featherman,’” Chicago, IL
2009 — Apostrophe Cast, “Molly Gaudry reads from We Take Me Apart,” NYC, NY
2009 — Vocalo.org, with Jesse Seay, “25 Things,” AWP 2009, Chicago, IL

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Yale University, New Haven, CT

Short Stories Workshop, 2017, 2018
Flash Fiction Workshop, 2013, 2014, 2015
Fiction Workshop, 2015
The Lyric Essay, 2015

University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
Intermediate Writing, 2015, 2017, 2018
Intro to Creative Writing, 2016, 2018
Writing Fiction, 2016

University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
Generative Workshop, “Scheherazade 2017: ‘Narrate or Die,’” 2017

The Company of Writers, Summer Writers’ Conference, Weston, CT
Teen Fiction Workshop, 2015

Northern Virginia Community College, Woodbridge, VA
College Composition 1/Hybrid (with Writing Lab), 2010

Widener University Delaware Law School, Wilmington, DE
Composition and Critical Thought, “Ways of Seeing,” 2010

Widener University, Chester, PA
Adv. Exposition & Lit, “Hope: Literature for Hard Times,” 2010
Adv. Exposition & Lit, “Ecocriticism,” 2009
Composition and Critical Thought, 2009, 2010

Penell Elementary School, Philadelphia, PA
GED and Pre-GED, 2009

Lighthouse Management Halfway House, Philadelphia, PA
GED and Pre-GED, 2009

Phoenix House, Philadelphia, PA
GED and Pre-GED, 2009

Dzanc Creative Writing Sessions, Ann Arbor, MI
Flash Fiction Manuscript Consultations, 2009
Poetry Manuscript Consultations, 2009

University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH  
Freshman Composition with Service Learning Component, “The History and Future of the School for Creative and Performing Arts,” 2008
Freshman Composition, 2008, 2007

School for Creative and Performing Arts, Cincinnati, OH
Flash Fiction Workshop, 2008–2009
First Novel Chapter Workshop, 2007–2008
Short Story Workshop, 2006–2007

UNIVERSITY & COMMUNITY SERVICE
2018 — Reader, Tupelo Press Sunken Garden Poetry Prize
2018 — Judge, Sejong Writing Competition (Junior, Senior, and Adult essay categories)
2018 — Reader, The Chautauqua Janus Prize
2016 — Blurb, Ellen Welcker’s Ram Hands (Scablands Books)
2016 — Blurb, J.I. Daniels’ Mount Fugue (Kernpunkt Press)
2016 — Blurb, Jordan Okumura’s Gaijin (Jaded Ibis Press)
2016 — Blurb, Julie Marie Wade’s Catechism (Noctuary Press)
2015 — Blurb, Kristina Marie Darling’s Women and Ghosts (BlazeVox)
2014 — Judge, Literary Death Match, SLC, UT
2014 — Judge, Wasatch Iron Pen Competition, SLC Arts Festival, SLC, UT
2014 — Blurb, Ken Pobo’s When the Light Turns Green (Spruce Alley)
2014 — Blurb, Dominic Gualco’s The Apocalypse Is Near & I Am Going To Love This World
2014 — Blurb, Ashley Inguanta’s For the Woman Alone (Ampersand Books)
2013 — Reader, Ronald Sukenick/FC2 Innovative Fiction Contest, SLC, UT
2013 — Blurb, Marc Vincenz’s Beautiful Rush (Unlikely Books)
2013 — Blurb, Jen Michalski’s From Here (Aqueous Books)
2013 — Blurb, Carolyn DeCarlo’s and Jackson Niewland’s Twilight Zone (UP)
2013 — Blurb, Eva Heisler’s Drawing Water (Noctuary Press)
2013 — Blurb, Stacey Teague’s my hair is longer now than when you knew me (Sorry House)
2013 — Mentor , George Mason University Undergraduate English Society, Fairfax, VA
2012 — Juror, Regional Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, Howard University, Washington, DC
2011 — Blurb, Kristina Marie Darling’s Melancholia: An Essay (Ravenna Press)
2011 — Blurb, j/j hastain’s we force effect the oubliette (Scrambler Books)
2011 — Blurb, Eric Elliott’s The Graves We Dig (Ampersand Books)
2010 — Blurb, Rose Hunter’s To the River (Artistically Declined Press)
2010 — Blurb, Eric Beeny’s Of Creatures (Gold Wake Press)
2009 — Consultant, Dzanc Creative Writing Sessions, Ann Arbor, MI
2009 — Blurb, David Peak’s Museum of Fucked (Warm Milk Printing Press)
2009 — Blurb, Greg Santos’s Thinking Things Through (Pangur Ban Party)
2009 — Blurb, Ben Brooks’s Fences (Fugue State Press)
2006–2009 — Mentor, School for Creative and Performing Arts, Cincinnati, OH
2006–2008 — Member, English Graduate Organization, University of Cincinnati, OH
2008 — Judge, Corbett-Mayerson Creative Writing Award for Outstanding Senior Project at the School for Creative and Performing Arts, Cincinnati, OH
2008 — Assessor, University of Cincinnati Cincinnatus Scholarship, Cincinnati, OH
2001–2009— Member, Cincinnati Writers’ Project, Cincinnati, OH