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College of Arts and Humanities

Su Cho

Su Cho

Assistant Professor

Department of English

PhD, English, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2021); MFA, Poetry, Indiana University (2017); BA, English/Creative Writing and Psychology, Emory University (2014)


Research Interests
Post-World War II U.S Poetry; Contemporary Asian American Literature; Feminist Utopian/Dystopian Literature

Dr. Su Cho is a poet, essayist, and the author of The Symmetry of Fish (Penguin Books 2022) which won the 2021 National Poetry Series. Her work has been featured in Poetry, Gulf Coast, and New England Review; the 2021 Best American Essaysand Best New Poets anthologies; and elsewhere. Her editorial work includes serving as editor-in-chief for Indiana Review, Cream City Review, and tenure as guest editor for Poetry Magazine. A finalist for the 2020 Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Poetry Fellowship, a recipient of a National Society of Arts and Letters Award, and a two-time Pushcart nominee, she is an assistant professor of creative writing at Clemson University.


Selected Professional Works

Books (Published)

The Symmetry of Fish (Penguin Books, 2022); Winner of the 2021 National Poetry Series

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