Nick Stanovick is a poet, performer, and educator from Northeastern Pennsylvania.
He received his BA in English with a Concentration in Creative Writing from Temple University. While in Philadelphia, Nick was a Philly Pigeon Grand Slam Finalist and interned with Philadelphia Youth Poetry Movement, a youth literacy and advocacy program that has won multiple titles at Brave New Voices. An alumnus of Babel Poetry Collective and a member of the International Slam Championship winning team at the College Unions Poetry Slam Invitation (CUPSI), Nick has performed poetry and conducted workshops all over Philadelphia and at colleges, universities, and poetry venues across the Northeast. His performances have been featured on platforms such as Button Poetry and Slamfind.
Currently, Nick is a Masters Candidate at Auburn University, with study areas in Composition and Rhetoric, Cultural and Diversity Studies, and Creative Writing. His poetry examines the architectures and intersections of grief, home, mental health, and love.His work has appeared in journals and magazines such as Spillway, Vinyl, Public Pool, Drunk in a Midnight Choir, and Ghost City Review.
Nick is available for readings, features, and workshops. You can contact him at or on Twitter and Instagram @n_stano.