Emily Eddins is a multi-genre author of poems, short stories and essays. Her career also includes time spent as a speechwriter, a journalist and an editor. The author holds a BA from Vanderbilt University, an MA from Georgetown University, and has studied creative writing at both Georgetown University and Stanford University.
Her poetry, creative nonfiction, and short fiction have appeared in publications such as Willow Review, The Louisville Review, Toad Suck Review, Forge, Front Porch, The Cape Rock, and others. Her humorous essay collection, Altitude Adjustment, reached the Top Five in the Amazon Kindle Hot New Releases section for 90-minute short biographies. Fun fact: She is named after Emily Dickinson.