Dodie Bellamy's work is innovative and cross the boundaries of genre. Her most recent book is the buddhist (2011). She is the author of Academonia (2006); Pink Steam (2004); The Letters of Mina Harker (1998, reprint 2004); Real: The Letters of Mina Harker and Sam D'Allesandro (1995); and Feminine Hijinx (1990). Her book Cunt-Ups won the 2002 Firecracker Alternative Book Award for Poetry, and her chapbook Barf Manifesto was named "Best Book Under 30 Pages" for 2009 by Time Out New York.
Bellamy's writing has appeared in, among others, the anthologies Pills, Thrills, Chills and Heartache, Best American Erotica 2001, High Risk, The New Fuck You, and Big Book of Erotic Ghost Stories. Her essays and book reviews have appeared in the Chicago Review, the Village Voice, the San Francisco Chronicle, Bookforum, Out/Look, the San Diego Reader, and Nest.
Bellamy has won the San Francisco Bay Guardian Goldie Award for Literature, has served as director of the seminal San Francisco writing lab, Small Press Traffic, and currently is an associate faculty member in the MFA program at Antioch Los Angeles and a lecturer in the Creative Writing Department of San Francisco State University.
Adjunct Professor, Writing