Reavey, Amanda

Teaching Assistant
English

Plan: Rhetoric, Professional Writing, and Community Engagement - PhD

Achieved Degrees
BA, Italian Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2008
MFA, Writing & Poetics, Naropa University, 2014

Selected Publications
"Marilyn" (The Operating System, 2015), "Dear World" in "Resist Much, Obey Little" anthology (Spuyten Duyvil, 2017), "Acheron" (Anthropoid, 2016), "Emigrant Notes on Possession" (Construction Literary Magazine, 2015), "Rehome: The Attrition of Luz" (Truck, 2015)

Interests
Origin Story, Ethnoautobiography, Postcolonial Studies, Disability Studies

Academic Awards
Chancellor's Award (2019-2020), Best Book Award in Creative Writing: Poetry (Association for Asian American Studies, 2017), Poetry Fellowship (Black Earth Institute, 2018-2021)

Conference Presentations
Writing as Affirmation (co-panelist with Margaret Noodin), Southeast Wisconsin Festival of Books, University of Wisconsin-Waukesha, 2017
The Articulation of Disenfranchised Grief, Thinking Its Presence: Race & Creative Writing conference, University of Montana-Missoula, 2014
Naropa University & the Articulation of the Polysemous Self, Thinking Its Presence: Race & Creative Writing conference, University of Montana- Missoula, 2013

Teaching Experience:
English 102 College Writing & Research

Professional Website: www.restorynation.com