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Erin Jamieson

Erin Jamieson

Erin Jamieson

Senior Lecturer


164 Annie and John Glenn Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210

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Areas of Expertise

  • Creative Writing
  • First- and second-year composition
  • African American literature
  • Professional writing
  • Writing for social media


  • MFA, Creative Writing, Miami University, 2017
  • BA, English/Creative Writing, Miami University, 2015

Erin Jamieson holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Miami University. She previously taught at University of Cincinnati (Blue Ash) and worked as a social media specialist. Over 60 works of her creative writing have appeared in literary magazines, and her fiction was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She's also had two poetry chapbooks accepted for publication. In addition to teaching, Erin works as a YouTube content creator and freelance writer.

Selected Publications

  • "Manual for Survival: Poems." Good Life Literary Review, March 2021.
  • "Systemic Racism as a Living Text: The Implications of Uncle Tom’s Cabin as a Fictionalized Narrative of Past and Present Bodies." Journal of African American Studies 22, 2018, pp. 329-344.
  • Thaw: Poems. Origami Poems Project. April 2018.
  • My America: Poems. Mount Analogue, October 2017.

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