Maya Pindyck is a poet, interdisciplinary artist, and scholar exploring relationships between power, memory, and belonging. She is the author of three poetry collections, most recently Impossible Belonging (2023), winner of the Philip Levine Prize for Poetry and a National Jewish Book Award Finalist. Her poems appear in The American Poetry Review, Los Angeles Review, Plume, and Granta (Hebrew edition). She has exhibited her visual, collaborative, and community-based work at the Milton Art Bank (Milton, PA) and in New York City at The Clemente, the Lewis H. Latimer House Museum, Art in Odd Places Public Festival, Printed Matter, and Governors Island Art Fair. Her honors include a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, a Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellowship, and a grant from the Historic House Trust of New York City's Contemporary Art Partnerships program. She is coauthor of A Poetry Pedagogy for Teachers (2022), and her scholarship on educational inequities and the capacities of creative practices appears in various journals, including Gender and Education, English Journal, International Journal of Education Through Art, and Sex Education. Pindyck lives in Philadelphia where she is an assistant professor and director of Writing at Moore College of Art & Design. She grew up in Boston and Tel Aviv.


"I'm Nobody! Who are you? Are you-- Nobody-- too?"

(Emily Dickinson)

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