Maya Pindyck's work examines intimate intersections of memory, language, and ordinary violence in cultural spaces. She is the author of Emoticoncert (Four Way Books), Friend Among Stones (New Rivers Press), and a chapbook, Locket, Master (winner of a Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellowship). She exhibits her visual, sound, and text-based work widely, recently at the Milton Art Bank (Milton, PA), the Lewis H. Latimer House Museum (Queens, NY), Gallery 263 (Cambridge, MA), Chashama Pop-Up Space (Queens, NY), and Printed Matter (New York, NY). Her scholarship on creative practices, social justice and schooling has been published in a range of academic journals. In 2005, she co-founded Project Voice, an abortion story archive. Pindyck earned her PhD in English education from Columbia University's Teachers College, her MFA in poetry from Sarah Lawrence College, and her BA in studio art and philosophy from Connecticut College. Currently, she teaches at Parsons School of Design and Long Island University in New York City.

BIO, TAKE TWO:

"I'm Nobody! Who are you?
Are you-- Nobody-- too?"
(Emily Dickinson)