Autumn Wright is a Florida based essayist and critic interested in bodies, queerness, and neo-Marxist and transfeminist theory. They have written about games and culture for publications including WIRED, The Washington Post, and Polygon, and for independent outlets including Unwinnable, Uppercut Crit, Bullet Points Monthly, Into the Spine, and others. Autumn has written freelance since 2019 and became a columnist for Unwinnable Monthly in 2020.

Autumn studied rhetoric and history at the University of Central Florida, where they are an alumna of the College of Undergraduate Studies, the Burnett Honors College, and the LEAD Scholars Academy. They pursued a number of independent studies in digital rhetoric and worked as a research assistant in the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning and the College of Undergraduate Studies, assisting the development and implementation of integrative and experiential learning programs at UCF. Autumn has presented their research at a number of conferences as an undergraduate and continues to do so as an independent scholar.

Autumn is available for writing and speaking engagements. You can contact them here.

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