Amber Nicole Brooks

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Amber Nicole Brooks
Born Template:Birth-date (age 37)
Wisconsin, United States
Residence Atlanta, Georgia
Nationality American
Alma mater Georgia State University and the Georgia Institute of Technology
Occupation Professor, editor, and writer
Employer Georgia State University
Awards National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development Teaching Excellence Award
Website
ambernicolebrooks.com

Amber Nicole Brooks (born 1980) is the nonfiction editor of The Chattahoochee Review.[1] She is currently an Assistant Professor of English at Perimeter College of Georgia State University.[2][3] Amber is also a Graduate student at the Georgia Tech School of History and Sociology.[4]

Amber Brooks earned a Master of Fine Arts in writing from Georgia State University and is now an Assistant Professor of English. Her work has appeared in various literature journals and online magazines. Print journals include Five Points,[5] Southeast Review, Orange Coast Review, and the Arkansas Review,[6] among others.[7] Selected online work can be found at The Rumpus,[8] The Establishment,[9] The Collagist,[10][11] ArtsATL,[12][13] and elsewhere. Her awards include a National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development Teaching Excellence Award (2016)[14] and third place in the Playboy College Fiction Contest (2007).

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  1. "About Us – The Chattahoochee Review" (in en-US). http://chattahoocheereview.gsu.edu/about-us/. 
  2. "Amber Brooks - Perimeter College" (in en-US). Perimeter College. https://perimeter.gsu.edu/profile/amber-brooks/. 
  3. "English Archives - Perimeter College" (in en-US). https://perimeter.gsu.edu/department/english/. 
  4. "Graduate Students | School of History and Sociology" (in en). https://hsoc.gatech.edu/people/students. 
  5. "Five Points, Vol. 17 No. 3 - Five Points - A Journal of Literature and Art" (in en-US). Five Points - A Journal of Literature and Art. http://fivepoints.gsu.edu/issue/five-points-vol-17-no-3/. 
  6. http://arkreview.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/44.2-Aug-2013-toc.pdf Retrieved 2018-04-04.
  7. "Amber Brooks | School of History and Sociology" (in en). https://hsoc.gatech.edu/people/person/amber-brooks. 
  8. "#SuicideGirls: Why I Teach Sylvia Plath" (in en-US). The Rumpus.net. 2017-07-06. http://therumpus.net/2017/07/suicidegirls-why-i-teach-sylvia-plath/. 
  9. "I Believe Love Is Largely An Act Of Imagination – The Establishment". The Establishment. 2016-08-12. https://theestablishment.co/i-believe-love-is-largely-an-act-of-imagination-678050994774. 
  10. "Last Mass - Reviewed by Amber Nicole Brooks - The Collagist" (in en). http://thecollagist.com/the-collagist/2015/7/28/last-mass-by-jamie-iredell-civil.html. 
  11. "The Home Place - Reviewed by Amber Nicole Brooks - The Collagist" (in en). http://thecollagist.com/the-collagist/2016/10/1/the-home-place-by-j-drew-lanham.html. 
  12. "Pendergrast’s "City on The Verge" examines the urban future" (in en-US). ArtsATL. 2017-05-22. http://artsatl.com/mark-pendergrasts-city-verge-examines-atlantas-americas-urban-future/. 
  13. "A conversation with Gregg Murray, Editor-in-Chief of Atlanta's "Muse /A"" (in en-US). ArtsATL. 2017-03-21. http://artsatl.com/conversation-gregg-murray-editor-in-chief-atlantas-muse-a/. 
  14. https://www.nisod.org/exc_awards/2016EAbookletWEB.pdf Retrieved 2018-04-04.

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