Andrew Koch


Author's Bio

Andrew is the author of the chapbook Brick-Woman (Hermeneutic Chaos Press, 2016), and his work has appeared in numerous journals, most recently in Ploughshares, Spillway, Blackbird, and others. His work is forthcoming in Alaska Quarterly Review and Colorado Review.

Andrew is a recipient of an Academy of American Poets Prize for emerging writers in graduate writing programs for his poem “Inheritance” (2017) and has received Pushcart Prize nominations from The Gettysburg Review and The Collagist (now known as The Rupture).

Andrew Koch holds a PhD in creative writing from the University of North Texas. He currently teaches High School English in Nashville, Tennessee. 

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You can follow Andrew Koch on Twitter: @_AndrewKoch_.

Publications & Prizes

Prizes won: 

American Academy of Poets/Voertman Prize Winner
selected by Wayne Miller

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Fluent in: 
English, German
Born in: 
Fort Wayne, IN
Raised in: 
Nashville, TN
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Last update: Feb 20, 2022