Kimberly Quiogue Andrews


Kimberly Quiogue Andrews (she/they) is a Filipinx-American poet and literary critic. She is the author of Between (2018, Finishing Line Press), winner of the New Women’s Voices award, and A Brief History of Fruit (2020, University of Akron Press), winner of the Akron Prize for poetry. Born in Philadelphia and raised in Allentown and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, she received her BA in creative writing from The Johns Hopkins University, an MFA in poetry from Penn State University, and a PhD in English Language and Literature from Yale University. She is currently Associate Professor of English and coordinator of creative writing at the University of Ottawa, and she also serves as an editor of the literary magazine Cherry Tree. Source