Miller Aud-cast Episode 7

This episode we feature the first finalist for the 2021 Miller Audio Prize, Erin McCoy’s poetry entry “Woods.”

Erin L. McCoy is a student in the University of Houston’s Ph.D. program for literature and creative writing, and holds an MFA in creative writing and an MA in Hispanic studies from the University of Washington. She won second place in the 2019–2020 Rougarou Poetry Contest, judged by CAConrad, and her poem, “Futures,” was selected by Natalie Diaz for inclusion in Best New Poets 2017. Her poetry and fiction have been published or are forthcoming in Narrative, Bennington Review, Conjunctions, Pleiades, DIAGRAM, Nimrod International Journal, and other publications. She is acquisitions editor for Seattle-based independent publisher Entre Ríos Books and an assistant poetry editor for Gulf Coast. She is from Louisville, Kentucky. Follow Erin on Twitter and Instagram (@erinlmccoy) and learn even more on her website