Lynn’s poems have appeared recently in the Lauscaux Review, Naugatuck River Review, Sugar House Review, Atlanta Review, Tampa Review, Upstreet, Lavender Review, The American Journal of Poetry, Cordella Literary Magazine, Potomac Review, Southern Poetry Review and others. Lynn’s poetry/audio collaborations with composer Bill Parod have appeared in the Atticus Review and The Night Heron Barks. Her poems have also appeared in anthologies including Stonewall’s Legacy and I Just Wanna be Loved by You: Poems on Marilyn Monroe (Milk and Cake Press, 2022).
Lynn earned an MFA in Poetry at Columbia University and serves on the advisory board of Slapering Hol Press of the Hudson Valley Writers Center. She co-curates the Lunar Walk Poetry Series and W-E (West-East) Bicoastal Poets of the Pandemic and Beyond and has taught writing at George Washington University, Columbia University, Southern Methodist University and Brooklyn College/CUNY as well as having led poetry workshops in public schools through Teachers and Writers Collaborative. She is a recipient of the NYC Literacy Center’s Recognition Award for her work in adult literacy, and received the Heart of the Center Award from the LGBT Community Center in NYC. Today Lynn McGee is a communications manager at Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY. She lives in the Bronx, New York. For more information, visit https://www.lynnmcgee.com