The Muse's instructors are all working writers and published authors who have taught courses at colleges, universities, and other community organizations. Read our teachers’ biographies and see what classes they are currently teaching.
Amanda Galvan Huynh (she/her) is a Mexican American writer and educator from Texas. She is the author of Where My Umbilical is Buried (Sundress Publications, 2022), Songs of Brujería (Big Lucks, 2019), and Co-Editor of Of Color: Poets’ Ways of Making: An Anthology of Essays on Transformative Poetics (The Operating System, 2019). Her writing has been supported by fellowships and scholarships from MacDowell, Vermont Studio Center, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and others. Currently, she is a doctoral student in English at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa.