Amanda Gunn

Amanda Gunn is a Wallace Stegner Fellow in poetry at Stanford as well as a doctoral candidate in English at Harvard, where she works on Black poetics, Black pleasure, and ephemerality. Raised in Connecticut, she worked as a medical copyeditor for 13 years before earning a Master of Fine Arts degree in poetry from the Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars. Her work appears in Poetry, Poetry Northwest, Lana Turner, and The Baffler. 


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