emily brandt

poet * editor * educator

Bio

Emily Brandt (brandt.emily at gmail) is a Brooklyn-based poet, public school teacher and instructional coach. She’s a co-founding editor of No, Dear and Web Acquisitions Editor for VIDA. Emily earned a BA in Psychology, Women’s Studies, and English from Boston University, an MEd from Pace University, and an MFA in Poetry from New York University, where she facilitated the Veterans Writing Workshop. She’s been in residence at Saltonstall and Elsewhere, and an Emerging Poets Fellow at Poets House. Since she was 13, she has worked in some capacity in reverse chronological order herehereherehereherehereherehereherehere, and here. She’s a Leo hitched to a Pisces.

Interviews & Publicity

"Norton's volume an anthology of voices against violence and injustice,"The Journal, 11/17

"Eight Poets Recommend New and Recent Titles,"On the Seawall, 11/17

"Experiments with Voice Encoder" videoThe Reading Series The Huffington Post, 3/17

The Women of No, Dear, On Poetry, 3/17

Chapbook Alchemy, Brooklyn Rail, 9/16

Lizzie Harris’s Seven Poet/Editors, Vela, 2/16

Emily Brandt and Alex Cuff on No, Dear, Poetry Society of America, 3/15

Editors…Discuss the Future of the Periodical, English Kills Review, 11/13

Episode 41: Emily Brandt!, The Drunken Odyssey, 3/13

Snapshot: No, Dear MagazineColdfront, 5/12

Sapling Issue #88, Black Lawrence Press, 8/11