Emily Cinquemani

Emily Cinquemani

Email: efcinque@uncg.edu
Office: MHRA 3127

MFA in Poetry, UNC-Greensboro, 2018
BA in English Literature and Creative Writing, Elon University, 2015

In addition to contemporary poets, Emily also enjoys researching mythology, Classical literature, and the incorporation of fantasy and imaginary places into literature. She was a religious studies minor at Elon and wrote an undergraduate thesis on Fred Chappell’s Kirman Tetralogy. As a graduate student at UNC-Greensboro, she served as a poetry editor for The Greensboro Review, and she currently reads for The Adroit Journal. She is working on a poetry manuscript that combines many of her research interests.

Select Publications:
“Thoughts and Prayers” Southern Indiana Review, Summer 2019
“Shifter” and “After My Mother Warns Me Again about Jogging Alone” Cherry Tree, Spring 2019
“The Distance We Must Travel Teaching Sara Burke’s “Trying, 32 Poems Cotributer’s Marginalia, Fall 2018 http://32poems.com/prose/the-distance-we-must-travel-teaching-sarah-burkes-trying/
“Evolutionary Theory” 32 Poems, Summer 2018
“The Truth Is” Nashville Review, Summer 2018 https://as.vanderbilt.edu/nashvillereview/archives/14789
“Watching Bats From My Kitchen Window After You’ve Left” Meridian, Summer 2017