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Jay Lundy

they/them
Portland, Oregon
94.lundy@gmail.com

MA in Critical Studies, May 2019 (expected)


Education Pacific Northwest College of Art
BFA, Creative Writing, June 2017
Minor in Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies
Southern Oregon University, GPA: 3.85

Rising Unstuck: Community Baking Nights, August 2018- Present


Biweekly gatherings for building community support and baking skills
Current
Projects Q♯ in Femme Major, October 2017- Present
A radio show on iTunes/Spotify exploring the creations of women, gender
nonconforming, and queer musicians in jazz, funk, soul and blues

Dear Baby X, December 2017- Present


Continuous writing project engaging themes of trauma and familial relationships
Publications
“Having Too Many…” Autostraddle, www.autostraddle.com/having-too-many-how-
queer-family-helps-heal-my-relationship-to-food-433804/
2018 “An Interview with PNW Literary Luminary Cooper Lee Bombardier” Discursive
Impulse, www.discursiveimpulse.com/untitled-2/

“'Fun Home': Representing Queer Girlhood on Stage” Discursive Impulse, …/fun-home/


2017 “Surviving Alone” Argot Magazine, www.argotmagazine.com/first-person-and-
perspectives/surviving-alone
for you, Sweet art/heart/tart Chapbook
Bitter Baguettes Capstone Chapbook
“Ruptures” Decolonizing Love Zine, SOU Queer Indigenous Gathering
“Recipes” Unsettling the Settle Within Zine, SOU Queer Indigenous Gathering

2016/2015 Notes of a Previous Owner Main Squeeze Literary Journal


“Corners” Closely Lit Mag (v.1), issuu.com/closelylitmag/docs/closelyvol1issue1
“Let Me Eat Spring Rolls” and “Seatbelts” Closely Lit Mag (v.2), …docs/deccloselyfinal

Performances The BODYlogues: Performing Activism


& Southern Oregon Arts & Research, May 18th, 2016
Presentations Group presentation of experience and research related to creating, organizing, and
participating in The BODYlogues for the GSWS Minor Capstone project

Keep Broken and Blob On, The BODYlogues, March 1st, 2017
Love Letter to My Body, The BODYlogues, February 29th, 2016
A collection of monologues about people’s lived experience in their bodies created by
the SOU/Ashland community. Both pieces explore themes of trauma, coping, self care
and community care, and queer identities

BFA Readings, February 2016 - June 2016


Bimonthly public readings from BFA Creative Writing students
Academic Support Center Graduate Fellow, PNCA, September 2018- Present
Employment Providing Graduate and Undergraduate writing and research support, creating resources
for ASC, coordinating ASC services, collaborating with Reference/Instruction Librarian

Event Assistant, PNCA, December 2017- Present


Engaging with community members, answering questions, checking IDs, crowd control,
food preparation, preparing event space

Grassroots Canvasser, Columbia Riverkeeper, June 2018- July 2018


Connecting supportive community members with Riverkeeper, providing information
about fracked gas to methanol refinery proposals, answering questions, managing
supporter donations

Graduate & Undergraduate Writing Tutor, PNCA, January 2018- May 2018
Providing writing support and assistance for BFA, MFA and MA students, citation
editing, research assistance, proofreading

Community Founder and President, Self Care Club, SOU March 2015 - June 2017
Coordination Event planning and coordinating, communicating and engaging with diverse students
and their needs, directing people toward mental health resources, creating and managing
a budget

Student Representative, GSWS Council, SOU, June 2016 - June 2017


Representing GSWS minor students on the council of GSWS faculty and staff

Queer Indigenous Gathering, SOU, March 2017


Planning and producing a selection of desserts themed around food and survivance,
providing definitions for key term and concepts, coordinating the rest of catering

GSWS Capstone Mentor, GSWS Department, SOU, September 2016 - March 2017
Coordinating preparations for The BODYlogues, engaging various community groups
and clubs, communicating with various departments and professors, assisting the
capstone students in their execution and production of The BODYlogues

Non Fiction Editor, Main Squeeze Literary Journal, March 2016 - June 2016
Soliciting and editing submissions, communicating with authors, collaborating with head
editors

The BODYlogues, GSWS Minor Capstone, SOU, January 2016 - March 2016
Member of the creative directing committee, soliciting and editing submissions,
facilitating rehearsals, organizing script, formatting accessible booklets for audience

Skills Communication, Organization, Event Planning and Management, Budgeting, Self-


Motivating Google Docs, Sheets, Slide, Microsoft Suite, Canva

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