Lecturer in Poetry
English and Creative Writing
Office: N105 Callaway Center. Fall 2016 office hours: Tuesday 2-3:30 p.m. and by appointment
Emily Leithauser studied publishing at the Columbia School of Journalism and worked for the history, women’s studies, and psychology editors at Palgrave Macmillan, St. Martin’s Press (New York) before earning her MFA in poetry at Boston University. In Boston, she also served as the editorial assistant to the poetry editor of The Atlantic.
Her poetry and translations have appeared or are forthcoming in New Ohio Review, Literary Imagination, Southwest Review, Blackbird, Measure, Iron Horse Literary Review, Able Muse Review, and The Harvard Divinity Bulletin, among other journals. She is a doctoral candidate in Emory’s Department of English, where she studies 20th-century poetry and poetics. Her critical scholarship on Anthony Hecht’s archive at Emory’s Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library (MARBL) has appeared most recently in The Hopkins Review.
Recent poems by Emily Leithauser in Unsplendid’s “Women and Form” July 2014 issue: http://www.unsplendid.com/5/5-3_6-1/5-3_6-1_frames.htm