Gabriella Fee's poetry appears in The Common, The Cortland Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, Washington Square Review, Guesthouse, Sprung Formal, Levee Magazine, LETTERS, The American Literary Review (2019 Prize for Poetry), and elsewhere. They were nominated for Best New Poets in 2021 and 2022.
Fee's translation (with Dora Malech) of Giovanna Cristina Vivinetto’s Dolore Minimo won the 2021 Malinda A. Markham Translation Prize and was published in 2022 with Saturnalia Books. It was longlisted for a 2023 PEN Award for Poetry in Translation, and was a finalist for the 2022 Big Other Book Award. Excerpts appear in The Journal of Italian Translation, The Offing, Copper Nickel, On the Seawall, Smartish Pace, Alchemy, in the anthology Italian Trans Geographies, and as a feature in Poetry Daily.
Fee has received fellowships from Yaddo, the Vermont Studio Center, and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. They hold a BA from Wellesley College and an MFA from the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins University, where they received the Elizabeth K. Moser Fund for Poetry Studies Fellowship in 2021 and the Dr. Benjamin J. Sankey Fellowship in Poetry in 2022.
They're currently a research fellow with the Society of Fellows in the Humanities, an adjunct professor in the Writing Seminars, and an instructor with Writers in Baltimore Schools.