Amanda Stovicek is a poet and teaching artist from Cleveland, Ohio.

Her recent poems have appeared in Noble/Gas Qtrly, Gordon Square Review, Red Queen Literary Magazine, and elsewhere. Her debut micro-chapbook, SPACE SPECTACULAR, is out from Ghost City Press in their 2018 Summer Micro-Chapbook Series.

Stovicek has taught for six years, leading creative writing workshops in the community, and teaching college English at various academic institutions. She holds an MFA in Poetry and Creative Writing from the Northeast Ohio MFA Program, and an MA in English Language and Literature from Kent State.

She was named the Graduate Fellow for the Wick Poetry Center for the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 academic years. Her poem “Blueshift” was selected as the winner of the 2017 Academy of American Poets University Prize.

Twitter: @amae099

Poems attached to a clothesline.
Creating a manuscript on a clothesline.