Kimberly Quiogue Andrews
Kimberly Quiogue Andrews is a poet and literary critic. Her chapbook of poems, BETWEEN, won the 2017 New Women’s Voices prize from Finishing Line Press and will appear in the spring of 2018. Recent creative work has appeared or is forthcoming in Rambutan Literary, The Recluse, The Shallow Ends, The Arkansas International, The Los Angeles Review of Books, ASAP/J, and other venues. She is currently at work on several books of poems, including a manuscript about her Filipino and American heritage, as well as a collaborative book of poems with the poet Sarah Blake.
As a critic, Professor Andrews’s primary interests include contemporary literature, the history of tertiary education in the United States, and labor studies. Her current book project examines the links between the rise of various disciplinary formations in the humanities (creative writing, literary theory, gender and ethnic studies, and others) and the aesthetics and methodologies of late 20th- and early 21st-century American experimental poetry. Her scholarly work appears or is forthcoming in journals such as College English, Textual Practice, and Modernist Cultures, and she is also the recipient of the 2017 Ralph Cohen Prize for scholarship from New Literary History for her essay “Trade Secrets: Poetry in the Teaching Machine.”
Professor Andrews’s additional teaching interests include science fiction, food studies, critical race theory, and Moby-Dick. She lives in Chestertown with a large cat named Sweep.
- B.A., Writing Seminars, Johns Hopkins University (2005)
- M.F.A., Creative Writing, Penn State University (2009)
- Ph.D., English Language and Literature, Yale University (2016)
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