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Katie Condon

PhD student, Graduate Teaching Associate


Katie Condon is a doctoral student with a concentration in Creative Poetry.


  • Creative Writing: Poetry
  • 20th Century American Literature


  • M.F.A. Creative Writing: Poetry, University of Houston, 2015
  • B.A. Secondary Education & English, magna cum laude Elms College, Chicopee, MA, 2012


  • "Driving, 4AM," Indiana Review, Summer 2016
  • "Timestamps" New Ohio Review, Spring 2016
  • "It's Hard To Be Sincere & Be Taken Seriously," "Giving Myself Advice," Primitive, Spring 2016
  • "We Need to Talk," "Makeover," and "Real Elegy," The Mackinac, Spring 2016
  • "After all, St. Catherine is my namesake," "Don't Be Bitter, Baby!," "How to Know the Wildflowers," "Volatile Elegy," Blunderbuss, Summer 2015
  • Pamela Asks the Right Questions," "on Nudity," Halleluha for 50ft Women, Bloodaxe Books, April 2015
  • "When the Chamber is Filled with the Moon," Heavy Feather Review, 2013
  • "Katie Condons" Leveler, 2013
  • "The Human Infrastructure Representative" Two Serious Ladies, 2013
  • "Fort Knox is Warm," and "Lost Vendette" Country Music Poetry, 2011

Book Reviews

  • "Crossing Out of Eden: A Review of Rigoberto Gonzalez's Unpeopled Eden" Gulf Coast 26.2, Summer/Fall 2014

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