Monica Youngna Youn is an American poet whose poems have appeared in Oxford Poetry,Gulf Coast, Paris Review, Angi, American Letters & Commentary, Denver Quarterly, Fence, Poetry Review, among others. Read her poem Stealing The Scream on Poets.org. She was raised in Houston, Texas and graduated from Princeton University, Yale Law School with a J.D., and Oxford University with a M. Phil, where she was a Rhodes Scholar. She works as a lawyer at New York University Law School, and teaches at Columbia University. She has been a Stegner, McDowell and Witter Bynner Fellow, had a Yaddo residency and is on the Advising Artists Council, for the Millay Colony for the Arts. She lives in Manhattan.
WNPS’s Annual Poetry Halloween Bash – COME AS YOUR FAV DEAD POET, or as a character in one of your own poems, prized for top three, and a little something for everyone who comes in costume, get into the fun with something mildly or wildly creative.