Caitlin Doyle, PhD

  • University of Cincinnati
  • PhD, English Literature
  • Boston University
  • MFA, Creative Writing
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • BA, English Literature

    Caitlin Doyle is an educator and writer whose work has appeared in The Guardian, The Atlantic, Yale Review, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Best New Poets, American Life in Poetry, the PBS NewsHour Online Poetry Series, and elsewhere. She has received awards, scholarships, and fellowships through the Yaddo Colony, the MacDowell Colony, and the Association of Literary Scholars, Critics, and Writers, among other organizations, and she has been honored as a P.E.O Presidential Endowed Scholar. Caitlin has taught writing and literature as the Writer-In-Residence at Interlochen Arts Academy, the Emerging Writer-In-Residence at Penn State Altoona, a Lecturer in Creative Writing at Boston University, an Elliston Fellow in Poetry at the University of Cincinnati, and the Writer-In-Residence at St. Albans School. Most recently, Caitlin taught as Visiting Assistant Professor of English and Writer-In-Residence at Washington & Jefferson College. She has won numerous awards for her teaching, including the University of Cincinnati Excellence in Teaching Award, the McMicken College of Arts & Sciences Teaching Award, and a William C. Boyce Teaching Award. Caitlin is passionate about helping students develop a nuanced sense of literature’s power, purpose, and pleasure. She earned a PhD from the University of Cincinnati, where she was the Associate Editor of The Cincinnati Review. Caitlin teaches as a faculty member in the Frost Farm Poetry Conference and serves as Interviews Editor for Literary Matters.