Cho, Su

AOP Fellow
English

Plan: Creative Writing, PhD - Poetry

Achieved Degree(s):
MFA Creative Writing Poetry (Indiana University 2017)
MA English Literature (Indiana University 2017)
BA Psychology & English/Creative Writing (Emory University 2014)

Selected Publication(s):
Su's poems appear or are forthcoming in Poetry Magazine, Colorado Review, The Cincinnati Review, The Journal, Crab Orchard Review, BOAAT, Thrush, Vector Press, PANK, Day One, Sugared Water, and elsewhere. Her poems have been nominated for the Best of Net and the Pushcart Prize.

Her creative nonfiction was the winner of Sycamore Review’s 2019 Wabash Prize for Creative Nonfiction, selected by Kiese Laymon, and was a finalist for the 2019 Crazyhorse Nonfiction Prize.

Interests:
Post-World War II U.S. Poetry, Contemporary Asian American Literature, Feminist Dystopian/Utopian Literature

Academic Award(s):
Advanced Opportunity Fellowship (UWM), Wladyslaw-Cieszynski Fellowship (UWM), National Society of Arts and Letters Award (2017), Guy Lemmon Award in Public Writing (IU 2017), Writer in South Asia Fellowship (IU 2016)

Conference Presentation(s):
"Disruptive Disclosures of Identity and a Pedagogy of Non-Attunement" Considering Our Commonplaces, Conference on College Composition and Communication: Milwaukee, WI 2020

“Virgin Ghosts: Collective Fury and Love” Bodies of Resistance, Gender and Women’s Studies Symposium: University of Wisconsin-Madison 2018

“Cultivating Interdependence” First-Year English Graduate Pedagogy Conference: Marquette University 2017

"Monsters in Politics: A Writers' Dialogue on Creating Surreal Art Post-Election" Words Matter: Politics, Rhetoric, and Social Justice Conference: Indiana University 2017

Teaching Experience:
English 101: Intro to College Writing, Introduction to Creative Writing (IU Bloomington)

Professional Website: www.suchowrites.com