Katie Naughton

Katie's dissertation research is on autotheoretical work and theorizations of opacity and transparency in experimental poetry by women, and includes chapters on Lisa Robertson, Bernadette Mayer, and Mei-Mei Berssenbrugge. Archival research in support of the dissertation has been supported by grants from the University at Buffalo Graduate Student Association, the University of California - San Diego library, a Yale University’s Beinecke Library Graduate Student Fellowship, and a Fulbright Canada graduate student research fellow at Simon Fraser University. Her poetry has been published in Fence, Bennington Review, Colorado Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, and elsewhere, including in Polish translation in Wizje. She is the author of a full length poetry collection, The Real Ethereal (Delete Press, forthcoming 2024) and two poetry chapbooks (Study, above/ground press, 2021; A Second Singing, Dancing Girl Press, forthcoming 2023). She is at work on a second poetry manuscript titled Debt Ritual. She is also the founding editor of Etcetera, an online journal of poetry and poetics; an editor at Essay Press; and an editor and project manager at the HOW(ever) and How2 Digital Archive Project.