University of Calgary

Amy LeBlanc

  • Doctoral Student
  • Research Assistant
  • Graduate Assistant-Teaching

Currently Teaching

Not currently teaching any courses.

Bio

Amy LeBlanc is a PhD student at the University of Calgary and Managing Editor at filling Station. Amy's debut poetry collection, "I know something you don’t know," was published with Gordon Hill Press in March 2020 and was long listed for the 2021 ReLit Award and was selected as a finalist for the Stephan G. Stephansson Award for Poetry. Her novella, "Unlocking," was published by the UCalgary Press in June 2021. Her work has appeared in Room, CV2, PRISM International, and the Literary Review of Canada among others. Amy's latest chapbook "Undead Juliet at the Museum" was published with ZED Press in August 2021. Amy is a recipient of the 2020 Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Emerging Artist Award and has been a finalist for an Alberta Magazine Publishers Showcase Award for poetry. Her SSHRC-funded doctoral research will be a work of fiction that investigates the connections between haunted houses and chronic illness/disability. 

Recent and Forthcoming Publications

Books:

"I know something you don't know" Gordon Hill Press, Spring 2020 (full-length poetry colletion)

"Unlocking: A Novella" University of Calgary Press, Spring 2021

Articles:

"(Me = Aquarius = very unpredictable). Ghostliness and Temporality in Tamaki and Tamaki's Skim" Gnosis (18.1, 2020). 

Current Studies

  • Doctoral Student
    Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
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