Emily Leithauser’s poetry and translations have appeared in Measure, Southwest Review, New Ohio Review, Unsplendid, and Literary Imagination, among other journals. Her scholarship has appeared in The Hopkins Review and is forthcoming from The Global South. After graduating magna cum laude from Harvard, Emily received her MFA in Creative Writing (Poetry) from Boston University and worked as Editorial Assistant for the Poetry Editor of The Atlantic magazine. She has received several awards, including the Grand Prize, Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival 2015. Currently she is a Ph.D. candidate in English at Emory University, where she is also a visiting instructor in the Creative Writing Program. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
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