Margaret Rhee is a poet, scholar, and new media artist. Her poetry book Love, Robot was awarded the Elgin Prize by the Science Fiction Poetry Association and Best Book Prize in Poetry by the Asian American Studies Association. As a scholar, her academic writing has been published in GLQ, Barnard Scholar Feminist Online, Cinema Journal, and Amerasia Journal. She has taught in the departments of Film and TV at UCLA, English at Harvard, and Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of Oregon. Prior to graduate school, she was an editor at Back Stage and YOLK Magazine. As a freelance journalist, she’s written on feminism, technology, identity, and media for Syfy, On She Goes, The Rumpus, and Bitch Magazine. Fellowships include the Kathy Acker Fellowship, Sierra Nevada MFA Poet-in-Residence, Kundiman, College Fellow in Digital Practice at Harvard University, among others. She holds a Ph.D. From UC Berkeley in ethnic and new media studies and a BA in English and Creative Writing from USC. Currently, she is an assistant professor in the Department of Media Study at SUNY Buffalo.