Amy Dupcak is the author of Dust, Short Stories, published on Lucid River Press in 2016. Her fiction has appeared in Litro, Hypertext, Fringe, Broken Pencil, Runaway Parade, and Slush Pile, among other publications, while her creative nonfiction was featured in Entropy, Sonora Review, Phoebe, Chicago Literati, and Liar's League. Her poems have also appeared or are forthcoming in District Lit, Pangyrus, The Night Heron Barks, and Alternative Field & Avenue 50 Studio's "In Isolation" poetry collection. She is also the co-editor and trivia writer for the anthology, Words After Dark, published in 2020.
Amy earned a BA in Liberal Arts from Sarah Lawrence College and an MFA in Fiction from the New School. She has been leading creative and essay writing workshops at Writopia Lab since 2012, primarily working with teens, and taught English courses as an adjunct professor at Pace. Currently, she also teaches fiction and poetry at The Writer's Rock, acts as an assistant editor of the literary journal Cagibi, and edits and tutors on a freelance basis.