Aubrie Cox Warner is a disabled poet scholar from the Midwest. Warner holds an MA from Ball State University and MFA from Temple University. She is currently a PhD candidate in Rhetoric and Composition at the University of Louisville, where she serves as an assistant director to the Business Communication Lab at the College of Business. Her writing and research interests include embodiment, grief, disability, writing centers, creative writing pedagogy, and rhetorics of place and nostalgia.
Warner is the author of two chapbooks, and her creative work has appeared in publications such as District Lit, Rogue Agent, and Modern Haiku. Her scholastic work has appeared in Juxtapositions: The Journal of Haiku Research and Scholarship and International Studies in Sociology of Education.
She can be found on Instagram and Twitter at @acwarnerlit.