The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX             August 2019 - May 2022

Master of Fine Arts: Creative Writing, Poetry Concentration

  • Recipient of Crawley-Garwood Research Grant

Bradley University, Peoria, IL             August 2015 - May 2019

Bachelor of Science: English, Creative Writing Concentration

  • Recipient of Jim Ballowe Creative Writing Scholarship

  • Recipient of Bonnie Gordon Scholarship


Bat City Review Poetry Editor         Aug 2020 - Present

Co-Editor of You Flower / You Feast: A Harry Styles Anthology         Jan 2020 - Present

Bat City Review Associate Editor     Aug 2019 - Dec 2019

BOAAT Press Poetry Reader   Nov 2018 - May 2020

Winter Tangerine Project Intern (Poetry)     Jan 2019 - May 2019

Broadside Poetry Editor, Bradley University   Aug 2017 - May 2019

Broadside Poetry Reader, Bradley University     Oct 2015 - May 2017


“They Call St. Louis the River City, But Once Someone Called It the Lion of the Valley,” forthcoming DIAGRAM.

“Postcard,” forthcoming Nashville Review.

“Acanthamoeba Keratitis,” forthcoming Homology Lit.

“the hedges are burning / no, they are just on fire,” forthcoming Foglifter.

“we’ve gotta get to the bottom of it all,” “exploding whale,” & “[redacted] as harry styles album, with

line from elizabeth bishop,” forthcoming mutiny!

“self-portrait of the poet high on halloween,” forthcoming BARNHOUSE.

“As Night Draws Its Sad Face Across the Window,” Kissing Dynamite, July 2020.

“ornithology” & “i’m reading about disease on the train,” Grub Street, June 2020.

“Grief Hot Dog,” Passages North, May 2020.

“omniscience as mirror,” Best Buds! Collective, December 2019.

“poem where the poet lies through her teeth,” My Loves: A Digital Queer Anthology from Ghost City

Press, December 2019.

“dyke,” WMN Zine, December 2019.

“when i watched an old movie & realized everyone in it must be dead now—,” Sonora Review,

November 2019.

“poem formerly known as an apology” & “a door unhinges faster than a bullet flies,” Arcturus, June


“shame is a screen door swinging violently shut,” The Penn Review, January 2019.

Winner of the Undergraduate Scholarship

“poem to be read as a eulogy,” Lavender Review, December 2018.

Nominated for Pushcart Prize

“poem to be read without anyone else in the room,” Ghost City Review, November 2018.

“ode to the dog we put down” & “rinds” & “querelle, 1982—andy warhol” & “sonnet for tonya harding

& american negligence,” SOFTBLOW, October 2018.

“on a picture of my mother, circa 1989,” glitterMOB, July 2018.

“sonnet for harry styles & masculine postmortem,” LEVELER, June 2018.

“viaticum,” Spiral Orb, December 2017.

“in a perfect world, all the towns in illinois would be called ‘blood,’” Petrichor, October 2017.

“pools,” Academy of American Poets, May 2017.

Winner of the Stein Academy of American Poets Prize

“after he tells you you’re nothing, say,” The Diverse Arts Project Journal, 2017.

“portrait of the madonna in school cafeteria,” MISTRESS, July 2017.

“he probably still has nightmares about you & i can’t say i don’t either” & “& all the cathedrals have

locked doors,” Crab Fat Magazine, September 2016.


Instructor/Teaching Assistant

The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX

  • Fall 2019: E316 M: American Literature

  • Spring 2020: E316 M: American Literature


Hogan, G. (2019). “Working Harding or Harding Working: Class, Gender, & Redemption in the Life of an

Olympic Figure Skater.” Paper presented at the Missouri Valley History Conference of the

University of Nebraska Omaha’s Department of History in Omaha, NE.


Winner of The Penn Review’s Undergraduate Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania, 2019.

Recipient of Crawley-Garwood Research Grant, University of Texas at Austin, 2019.

Recipient of Bonnie Gordon Scholarship, Bradley University, 2019.

Nominated for Pushcart Prize for “poem to be read as a eulogy” by Lavender Review, 2017

Winner of Stein Academy of American Poets Prize, Bradley University, 2017.

Recipient of Jim Ballowe Creative Writing Scholarship, Bradley University, 2017.

Winner of Chester Sipple Poetry Award, Bradley University, 2017.


Social Media Assistant

ATX Interfaces, Austin, TX     Jan 2020 - Mar 2020

  • Run the Twitter account for ATX Interfaces, a monthly reading series focused on elevating writers from marginalized groups

Student Worker / Historical Archivist

APCO International, Peoria, IL     Oct 2016 - May 2019

  • Part-time position that included surveying, scanning, and uploading important historical documents regarding the Peoria chapter of APCO International history

  • These files were compiled and digitized in an accessible digital archive for the purpose of preservation and students' studies

Grant Writing Intern

Crittenton Centers, Peoria IL     Jan 2017 - May 2017

  • Head writer and leader of a team of interns

  • Worked on a team to help crisis nursery achieve grants to help expand their center to make room for the increased demand of children in need in the Peoria area

  • Met weekly with directors of program to present/discuss findings

  • Collected/compiled data into coherent narrative reports to present proposals to possible donors


19 April 2020 - BRNHS presents: This Series Is On Netflix, Online

26 March 2020 - Rob Colgate Chapbook Launch, Malvern Books, Austin, TX

Cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic

29 Jan 2020 - Aural Literature, Austin Public Library (Terrazas Branch), Austin, TX


Danielle Susi, “Dinnerview: Gabrielle Grace Hogan,” Entropy.

“#TPQ5: Gabrielle Grace Hogan,” The Poetry Question.

Lauren Parker, “Wmn Zine: What It Means To Be A ‘Rural Lesbian,’” Autostraddle.

“7 Top Young Poets Under 25 to Watch in 2019,” Power Poetry.




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