EDUCATION

  • PhD, Fiction, University of Utah (2013-15 Vice Presidential Fellow), exp. 2018
  • MFA, Poetry, George Mason University, 2013
  • MA, Fiction, University of Cincinnati, 2008
  • BA, English & Fiction Certificate, University of Cincinnati, 2006
  • Vocational, Creative Writing, (K-12) School for Creative and Performing Arts, 1999

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

  • Yale University, Resident Faculty, Yale Writers’ Conference, New Haven, CT, 2013-present
  • University of Utah, Graduate Teaching Assistant, SLC, UT, 2015-present
  • The Company of Writers, Youth Workshop Instructor, Westport, CT, 2015
  • George Mason University, Personal Statements Specialist, Fairfax, VA, 2010-2013
    • Successfully advised: 20 total awards for the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (9 Critical Language Scholarships, 2 Fulbright research grants, 9 Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships); 2 Boren Awards for the National Security Education Program; 1 Truman Scholarship for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation; 1 National Science Foundation Woman of the Year grant; and dozens of graduate and law school applications.
  • Northern VA Community College, Adjunct Professor, Woodbridge, VA, 2010-2011
  • Widener University, Adjunct Professor, Chester, PA, 2009-2010
  • Widener University Writing Center, English Tutor, Chester, PA, 2009-2010
  • Center for Literacy, GED and Pre-GED Instructor, Philadelphia, PA, 2009-2009
  • University of Cincinnati, Graduate Teaching Assistant, Cincinnati, OH, 2007-2008
  • UC Learning Assistance Center, English Tutor, Cincinnati, OH, 2007-2007
  • UC English Department Writing Center, English Tutor, Cincinnati, OH, 2006-2008

PUBLISHER, EDITOR, REVIEWER, AND CONTRIBUTOR POSITIONS

  • Contributing Editor, Heck Magazine, 2015-present
  • Founder and Publisher, The Lit Pub, 2011-present
  • Reader, Ronald Sukenick/FC2 Innovative Fiction Contest, 2013
  • Inaugural Guest Editor, Hybrid Beasts, Red Lemonade’s 1st Annual Anthology, 2012
  • Guest Editor, The Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review Summer Prosetry Contest, 2011
  • Guest Editor, SmokeLong Quarterly (Weekly Edition), 2010
  • Publisher, Cow Heavy Books, 2008-2012
  • Co-founding Editor, Twelve Stories, 2008-2012
  • Contributor, Big Other, 2009-2011
  • Book Reviewer, American Book Review, 2011
  • Book Reviewer, East&West Magazine, 2009-2010
  • Associate Editor, Keyhole Magazine, 2008-2010
  • Founding Editor, Willows Wept Review, 2008-2010

PUBLICATIONS

Books—Nonfiction

  • Fit Into Me, Ampersand Books, forthcoming 2018
    • Shortlisted for 2016 Graywolf Nonfiction Prize

Books—Verse Novel

  • Desire: A Haunting, Ampersand Books, forthcoming 2017
  • We Take Me Apart (reprint), Ampersand Books, 2014
  • We Take Me Apart, Mud Luscious Press, 2010
    • 2nd Finalist for 2011 Asian American Literary Award for Poetry
    • Shortlisted for 2011 PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award for Poetry
    • Taught at: Wesleyan University (Martine Bellen), Brown University (Renee Gladman), New Mexico State University (Lily Hoang), Cornell College (Lily Hoang), Mount Mary College (Ryder Collins), Queens College, CUNY (Kimiko Hahn)

E-books—Edited

  • Hybrid Beasts: A Red Lemonade Anthology, Red Lemonade, 2012

Chapbooks—Nonfiction

  • Wild Thing, The Cupboard, 2014

Chapbooks—Poetry

  • Shadow MemoriesBlack Warrior Review 41.1, 2014
  • Anatomy for the Artist, Blossombones, 2010
  • Bloody Floral Sandals, Scantily Clad Press, 2009
  • Parts, Mud Luscious Press, 2009

Chapbooks—Fiction

  • Lost July, in the 3-author volume Frequencies (with Bob Hicok and Phillip B. Williams), YesYes Books, 2012
  • Portrait of a Modern Family, Featherproof Minibooks, 2011

Anthologies—Poetry

  • Mad to Live Erased, “Morton Bonsey,” Matter Press, 2015
  • (T)here: Writings on Returnings, “Fruit," Martlet & Mare Books, 2014
  • Multifesto: A Henri D’mescan Remix, “Henri d’Mescan: From Abstractions (1937)," Spuyten Duyvil, 2013
  • Follow the Blood: Tales Inspired by the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew, “Breasts Spread,” Sundog Lit, 2013
  • A Face to Meet the Faces: An Anthology of Contemporary Persona Poetry, "Picasso's Heart,” University of Akron Press, 2012
  • In Those Days We, “Sarah” and “Matilda,” Bending Light Into Verse, 2012
  • Bleed Me A River: A Domestic Violence Anthology, “The Peacock Lady” and “Featherman,” Westview, 2011
  • Very Beautiful Women, Excerpt from The Pink, Pangur Ban Party, 2011
  • MLP Stamp Stories Anthology, Excerpt from We Take Me Apart, Mud Luscious Press, 2010
  • MLP: The First Year, “parts,” Mud Luscious Press, 2009
  • What Happened To Us These Last Couple Years? An Anthology of the Bush Years, “Sir Salman Rushdie” and “The Apology,” Elope Press, 2008

Anthologies—Fiction

  • Kartika Review 2009-2010 Anthology, “The parents, they have lost their daughter,” Kartika Press, 2011
  • RE: Telling, “Down at the Dinghy,” Ampersand Books, 2010
  • A La Carte: Short Stories that Stir the Foodie In All of Us, “Lavender Rose Petal Cheesecake,” Main Street Rag Publishing Company, 2010
  • Best of the Web 2010, “The Sky as John Saw It the Night Kate Sparkled,” Dzanc Books, 2010
  • Best of the Web 2009, “The American,” Dzanc Books, 2009
  • Dogzplot Flash Fiction 2009, “July In Cincinnati,” Paper Hero Press, 2009
  • What Happened To Us These Last Couple Years? An Anthology of the Bush Years, “Eat,” Elope Presss, 2008
  • Feral Parakeets & Other Stories, “My Weakness,” Cincinnati Writers Project 2001

Periodicals—Non-fiction

  • Tale, “Why I Write,” forthcoming 2016
  • Banango, "Dreaming of a Thousand Things," forthcoming 2016
  • Ottawa Poetry Newsletter, "On Writing #105: Molly Gaudry," 2016
  • apt, "Hermes, in medias res," 2016
  • 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,” 2015
  • HTML Giant, “Summer Reads,” 2014
  • 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, 2013
  • Puerto del Sol, Chapters One-Four from Beauty: An Adoption, No. 47-1, 2012
  • anderbo, “Problems,” 2009

Periodicals—Poetry

  • OmniVerse (“ZombieVerse” Issue), “Parts,” 2014
  • Sugar Mule, excerpts from Desire: A Haunting, 2014
  • 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, 2013
  • Barrelhouse, “No Nation Woman,” 2012
  • Nickel Steak, “Welcome to the Carnival,” 2012
  • Pear Noir!, “Best. Summer. Ever.,” No. 07, 2012
  • So It Goes: The Literary Journal of the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library, “War Wear,” No. 01, 2012
  • 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: A 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. 2011
  • Artifice Magazine, “Love, Wolf,” No. 02, 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” & "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,” 2010
  • 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 Magazine, “Queen Hibiscus,” “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,” 2009
  • Six Sentences, “Once Upon A Train,” 2008
  • Tulip, “Dandelions,” 2008

Periodicals—Fiction

  • Heavy Feather Review, “Creation Myth,” 2015
  • Bombay Literary Magazine, “The American” (reprinted from Best of the Web 2009), 2015
  • Necessary Fiction, excerpts from Fit Into Me, 2014
  • First Inkling, “Fit Into Me,” 2013
  • Housefire, “These Tender Balloons,” 2011
  • 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, 2010
  • 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,” 2009
  • Abjective, “The Sky As John Saw It the Night Kate Sparkled,” 2008
  • Dogzplot, “Hot Nuts,” 2008
  • Hobart, “Jesus or Happy Birthday,” 2008
  • Keyhole Magazine, “Georgia On My Mind,” 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, 2008

Periodicals—Literary Criticism

  • 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, “Revaluing Nature Writing: Toward Love & Flower Power,” No. 18, 2009

Periodicals—Book Reviews

  • The Lit Pub, “‘They took us swiftly, repeatedly . . .’” Otsuka’s The Buddha In the Attic, 2012
  • American Book Review, “Adam Novy’s the Avian Gospels: Book I,” 2011
  • The Lit Pub, “Happy Thanksgiving from The Lit Pub (with James Herriot),” 2011
  • The Lit Pub, “On Marguerite Duras and ‘Writing,’” 2011
  • The Lit Pub, “Blake Butler’s Nothing: A Memoir of Insomnia,” 2011
  • The Lit Pub, “The Long Line: Why Use It?” C.K. Williams’s Collected Poems, 2011
  • The Lit Pub, “Put My Head In Your Lap,” Claudia Smith’s Put Your Head In My Lap, 2011
  • Asymptote, “Mirja Unge’s ‘It was just, Yesterday,’” Special 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, “Don’t return to a man out of loneliness,” Hahn’s The Artist’s Daughter, 2011
  • Big Other, “WTF is The Source? WTF is Conceptual Writing?” 2011
  • Big Other, “Ten Reasons I Hate Emily Giffin’s Something Borrowed (St. Martin’s Press),” 2011
  • Big Other, “T. J. 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 and Kimiko Hahn’s The Unbearable Heart,” 2011
  • Big Other, “Carole Maso’s Aureole,” 2011
  • Big Other, “Robert Walser’s Speaking to the Rose and 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 Cleo Roubaud’s Alix’s Journal,” 2011
  • Big Other, “Contemporary Verse Novels and Anne Carson’s Autobiography of Red, Selah Saterstrom’s The Pink Institution, and CA Conrad’s The Book of Frank,” 2011
  • 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, 2010
  • Big Other, “PUSH (a novel) and Precious (the movie),” 2009
  • East&West Magazine, “Mothers on the Shore,” 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,” 2009

Interviews and Conversations

  • The Lit Pub, “A Conversation with Carmen Gimenez Smith,” 2012
  • Big Other, “A Conversation with Kristina Born,” 2011
  • The Lit Pub, “An Interview with Blake Butler,” 2011
  • The Lit Pub, “An Interview with Lidia Yuknavitch,” 2011
  • HTML Giant, “An Interview with Evan Lavender-Smith,” 2010
  • Keyhole Magazine, “An Interview with Ben Loory,” 2010
  • Keyhole Magazine, “An Interview with Shya Scanlon,” 2010
  • Keyhole Magazine, “An Interview with Ken Sparling,” 2010
  • Keyhole Magazine, “An Interview with Christopher Higgs,” 2010
  • 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 J.C. Hallman,” 2009
  • Keyhole Magazine, “B. R. 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,” 2009
  • Rumble Magazine, “An Interview with Claudia Smith,” 2009
  • 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,’” 2008

AWARDS AND HONORS

  • Nominated by apt for Best of the Net, "Hermes: In Medias Res," 2016
  • Nominated by Prick of the Spindle for a Pushcart Prize, Excerpt from Desire (published as “Excerpt from Ogie: A Ghost Story”), 2013
  • Nominated by Garrett Hongo for inclusion, “Asian American Portraits of Encounter,” National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC, 2012
  • Nominated by Garrett Hongo, TA Fellowship, Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, 2012
  • 2nd Finalist, 14th Annual Asian American 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, 2012 ALMA (Annual Laurentian Mentorship in the Arts) honorarium, St. Lawrence University, 2011
  • Nominated by PEN Member Dawn Raffel, 2011 PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award for Poetry, We Take Me Apart, 2011
  • Nominated by Monkeybicycle for a Pushcart Prize, “Sadness, War, Heartbreak,” 2010
  • Selected by Brian Evenson, Wigleaf’s Top 50 (Very) Short Fictions, “I Cook, I Clean,” 2010
  • Selected by Kathy Fish, Dzanc Books’ Best of the Web 2010, “The Sky as John Saw It the Night Kate Sparkled,” 2010
  • Nominated by Emprise Review for a Pushcart Prize, “Potpourri,” 2009
  • Nominated by Whiskey Island Magazine for a Pushcart Prize, “Parts,” 2009
  • Nominated by Abjective, Dzanc Books’ Best of the Web 2010, “The Sky As John Saw It the Night Kate Sparkled,” 2009
  • Nominated by Mud Luscious Press 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, “The Dead Cells of the Day,” 2009
  • Nominated by YB 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, Wigleaf's Top 50 (Very) Short Fictions, “The Sky as John Saw It the Night Kate Sparkled,” 2009
  • Reader-nominated for storySouth's Million Writers Award, “Georgia on My Mind,” 2009
  • Finalist, Firewheel Chapbook Award, Problems of Depiction, 2009
  • Selected for inclusion in Serendipity’s final, best-of issue, “The Bees,” 2009
  • Selected by Lee K. Abbott, Dzanc Books’ Best of the Web, “The American,” 2009
  • Finalist, Rose Metal Press’s 3rd Annual Short Short Fiction Chapbook Contest, Come See the Monkey and Other Stories, 2009
  • Nominated by Serendipity for The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, "The Bees," 2008
  • Honorable Mention, Academy of American Poets Prize, “Today,” 2006
  • Hopton Short Story Prize, “Monitu,” University of Cincinnati, 2003 

CONFERENCES AND INVITED PRESENTATIONS

  • University of Utah, Utah Daily Chronicle Writers Workshop, 2016
  • Mount Mary College, Skype Lecture and Q&A for Ryder Collins's Graduate Workshop, “Verse Novels and We Take Me Apart,” 2014
  • AWP Seattle, “Shouting In A Crowded Room: Challenges In Expanding Small-Press Readership,” moderated by Frances Dinger (with panelists Richard Nash and Jacob Perkins), 2014
  • AWP Seattle, “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, and Sheryl Rivett), 2014
  • New Mexico State University, Skype Lecture and Q&A for Lily Hoang's Master's Workshop, “Verse Novels and We Take Me Apart,” 2013
  • Johns Hopkins University, “Literary Citizenship,” Panel Discussion (with Nate Brown, Adam Robinson, and Dan Brady), Fifth Annual Conversations and Connections: Practical Advice on Getting Published, 2013
  • Yale University, Small Press Publishing Panel: Akashic Books, Bellevue Literary Press, Small Beer Press, and The Lit Pub, moderated by Terence Hawkins, Yale Writers’ Conference, New Haven, CT, 2012
  • Melville House, “Poetry Showcase: Molly Gaudry, Kimiko Hahn, Garrett Hongo, and Tracy K. Smith,” moderated by Patrick Rosal, Page Turner: The Third Annual Asian American Literary Festival, Asian American Writers’ Workshop, Brooklyn, NY, 2011
  • George Mason University, “What Undergraduates Need To Know About Publishing,” Undergraduate English Society Publishing Panel, 2011
  • Johns Hopkins University, “The Nature of the Digital Landscape,” Publishing Panel (with panelists Dave Housley, Dan Cafaro, Adam Robinson, and Erin Fitzgerald), Fourth Annual Conversations and Connections: Practical Advice on Getting Published, 2011
  • AWP DC, “The Audacity of Scope: Crafting the Book-length Poem,” Craft of Poetry Panel (with panelists Stacey Lynn Brown, Philip Memmer, Thorpe Moeckel), 2011
  • George Mason University, “Personal Statements for Graduate School Applications,” Lecture and Public Workshop, 2010
  • George Mason University, “Crafting the Personal Statement,” GMU’s Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation, Graduate and Fellowship Panel, 2010
  • Widener University, Guest Lecture for Kenneth Pobo's Senior Seminar, “Verse Novels and We Take Me Apart,” 2010
  • Widener University, Guest Lecture for Michael Cocciarale’s Senior Seminar, “Online Publishing and Small Presses,” 2010
  • Johns Hopkins University, “Flash Fiction,” Moderator, Flash Fiction Panel (with panelists Laura Ellen Scott, Joseph Young, and David Erlewine), Third Annual Conversations and Connections: Practical Advice on Getting Published, 2009
  • Rosemont College, Guest Lecture for Randall Brown's Fiction Workshop, “Flash Fiction,” 2009
  • University of Cincinnati, “Publishing & Editing,” Publishing Panel (with panelists Nicola Mason and Don Bogen), 2008
  • University of Cincinnati, “Torture in Cultural and Literary (Con)texts: Animal Rights, Domestic Abuse, Abu Ghraib, and Aimee Bender's 'End of the Line,'" Representing Violence: Literature & Visual Cultures, Ropes Graduate Colloquium, 2008
  • AWP New York, “Giving High School Writers the Tools They Need in Order to Engage in Long-Term Projects," Fiction and Drama Panel, Pedagogy Forum, 2008

INVITED READINGS

  • Bankhead Series, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, scheduled 2017
  • Asian Writers Book Club Luncheon & Reception, SLC, UT, 2015
  • 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, 2014
  • Working Dog, Graduate Reading Series, University of Utah, SLC, UT, 2013
  • 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, 2012
  • 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, New York, NY, 2011
  • Divination, Ireland’s Four Provinces, Washington, DC, 2011
  • Great Lakes, Great Times, Ann Arbor, MI, 2010
  • TRNSFR Launch, Pete’s Candy Store, New York, 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, New York, NY, 2010
  • Mud Luscious & Flatmancrooked, AWP 2010, Denver, CO, 2010
  • Dogzpank, AWP 2010, Denver, CO, 2010
  • Chapter & Verse, Philadelphia, PA, 2010
  • Ding Dong Lounge, New York, NY, 2010
  • 440 Reading Series, New York, NY, 2010
  • 510 Reading Series, Baltimore, MD, 2010
  • Myopic Books, Providence, RI, 2009
  • Dire Literary Series, Cambridge, MA, 2009
  • KGB Bar, New York, NY, 2009
  • The Book Cellar, Chicago, IL, 2009

RADIO APPEARANCES, AUDIO RECORDINGS, AND STAGE PERFORMANCES

  • "This Choice: Molly Gaudry," This Choice Podcast, 2016
  • Interview, The Missouri Review’s SOUNDBOOTH podcast series, 2014
  • Interview, KKUP 91.5 FM, “Out of Our Minds,” with host J. P. Dancing Bear, Cupertino, CA, 2011
  • “Picasso’s Heart,” Sweet! Actors Reading Writers, New York, NY, 2011
  • "Rain" & “Die with me when I die.,” Sweet! Actors Reading Writers, New York, NY, 2011
  • “The Peacock Lady and the Featherman,” Orange Alert Podcast, Episode Four: The Lost Tapes, Chicago, IL, 2010
  • “Molly Gaudry reads from her novella We Take Me Apart,” Apostrophe Cast, New York, NY, 2009
  • “25 Things,” Vocalo.org, with Jesse Seay, AWP 2009, Chicago, IL, 2009

WRITING RESIDENCIES

  • Visiting Fiction Writer in Residence, School for Creative and Performing Arts, Cincinnati, OH, 2008-2009

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
College 

  • University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
    • Experiential Interactive Generative Workshop, scheduled 2017
  • Yale University, New Haven, CT
    • Flash Fiction Workshop, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
    • Fiction Workshop, 2015
    • Lyric Essay Elective, 2015
  • University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
    • WRTG 2010, Intermediate Writing, 2015, 2017
    • ENGL 2500, Introduction to Creative Writing, 2016
    • ENGL 3510, Writing Fiction, 2016
  • Northern Virginia Community College, Woodbridge, VA
    • ENGL 111/9, College Composition 1/Hybrid (with Writing Lab), 2010
  • Widener University, Chester, PA
    • ENGL 102, Advanced Exposition & Literature, “Hope: Lit. for Hard Times,” 2010
    • ENGL 101, Composition and Critical Thought, 2009, 2010
    • "Verse Novels," Guest Lecture, Kenneth Pobo’s Senior Seminar, April 2010
    • "Introduction to Online Publishing and Small Presses" Guest Lecture, Michael Cocciarale's Senior Seminar, March 2010
    • ENGL 102, Adv. Exposition & Literature, “Ecocriticism,” 2009
  • Rosemont College, Rosemont, PA
    • Flash Fiction, Guest Lecture, Randall Brown’s Fiction Workshop, 2009
  • University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH  
    • ENGL 102, Freshman Composition with Service Learning, “The History and Future of the School for Creative and Performing Arts,” 2008
    • ENGL 102, Freshman Composition, 2008
    • ENGL 101, Freshman Composition, 2007

Adult Education

  • Northern Virginia Community College, Woodbridge, VA
    • ENGL 111/9, College Composition 1/Hybrid (with Writing Lab), 2010
  • University College at Widener University, Wilmington, DE
    • ENGL 101, Composition and Critical Thought, “Ways of Seeing,” 2010
  • Penell Elementary School, Philadelphia, PA
    • GED and Pre-GED, Philadelphia Center for Learning, 2009
  • Lighthouse Management Halfway House, Philadelphia, PA
    • GED and Pre-GED, Philadelphia Center for Learning, 2009
  • Phoenix House, Philadelphia, PA
    • GED and Pre-GED, Philadelphia Center for Learning, 2009

High School

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

Community

  • The Company of Writers, Weston, CT
    • Summer Writers’ Conference, 2015
  • Dzanc Creative Writing Sessions, Ann Arbor, MI
    • Flash Fiction Workshop, 2009-present
    • Poetry Workshop, 2009-present

TEACHING INTERESTS

  • Creative Writing: Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Poetry
  • Creative Writing: Hybrid Genres, Lyric Essays, Prose Poetry & Flash Fiction
  • Literary Retellings/Fairy Tale Retellings
  • Contemporary Women Writers
  • First-year Composition/Composition and Critical Thought
  • Introduction to Literature/Advanced Exposition and Literature

UNIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY SERVICE

  • Manuscript Consultant, Dzanc Creative Writing Sessions, 2009-present
  • 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), 2016
  • Blurb, Kristina Marie Darling's Women and Ghosts (BlazeVox), 2015
  • 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 and I Am Going To Love This World, 2014
  • Blurb, Ashley Inguanta’s For the Woman Alone (Ampersand Books), 2014
  • Blurb, Marc Vincenz’s Beautiful Rush (Unlikely Books), 2013
  • Blurb, Jen Michalski’s From Here (Aqueous Books), 2013
  • Blurb, Carolyn DeCarlo’s & 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, 2010-2013
  • Juror, DC Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, Howard University, 2012
  • 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), 2011
  • Blurb, Rose Hunter’s To the River (Artistically Declined Press), 2010
  • Blurb, Eric Beeny’s Of Creatures (Gold Wake Press), 2010
  • 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), 2009
  • Mentor, School for Creative and Performing Arts, Cincinnati, 2006-2009
  • Member, English Graduate Organization, University of Cincinnati, 2006-2008
  • Judge, Corbett-Mayerson Creative Writing Award for Outstanding Senior Project, School for Creative and Performing Arts, 2008
  • Assessor, University of Cincinnati Cincinnatus Scholarship, 2008
  • Member, Cincinnati Writers' Project, 2001-2009