Poet & Memoirist
Emily Lake Hansen (she/her) is a fat, bisexual, and invisibly disabled poet and memoirist and the author of the poetry collection Home and Other Duty Stations (Kelsay Books, 2020) as well as the chapbooks Pharaoh’s Daughter Keeps a Diary (Kissing Dynamite Press, forthcoming) and The Way the Body Had to Travel (Dancing Girl Press, 2014). Her poetry and essays have appeared or are forthcoming in Pleiades, 32 Poems, CALYX, Hobart, So to Speak, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Atticus Review, The Shore, SWWIM, and Up the Staircase Quarterly, among others. She received an MFA in creative writing from Georgia College and is currently a PhD candidate at Georgia State University. A receiptient of the 2022 Longleaf Poetry Fellowship and an Honorable Mention for the 2022 Limp Wrist Glitter Bomb Award, Emily lives in Atlanta where she teaches first-year writng and poetry at Agnes Scott College.
Home and Other Duty Stations - Kelsay Books [Review] - 2020
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The Way the Body Had To Travel - Dancing Girl Press [Review] - 2014