Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors

PERRI KLASS is Professor of Journalism and Pediatrics at New York University and co-director of NYU Florence at Villa La Pietra. Her most recent book is The Best Medicine: How Science and Public Health Gave Children a Future (W. W. Norton, 2022).

LARRY WOLFF is Julius Silver Professor of History at New York University and co-director of NYU Florence at Villa La Pietra. His new book is The Shadow of the Empress: Fairy-Tale Opera and the End of the Habsburg Monarchy (Stanford University Press, 2023).

A. E. STALLINGS is an American poet, translator, and critic who has lived in Athens, Greece, for the past two decades. A selected poems, This Afterlife, is just out with Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

MARK JARMAN is the author of Zeno’s Eternity (Paul Dry Books, 2023). He is Centennial Professor of English, Emeritus, at Vanderbilt University.

DAVID MASON’s new book of essays is Incarnation & Metamorphosis: Can Literature Change Us? (Paul Dry Books, 2023). He lives in Tasmania.

SHIRLEY GEOK-LIN LIM’s In Praise of Limes (Sungold Editions, 2022) is her most recent poetry collection. She was the first woman and Asian to win the Commonwealth Poetry Prize.

MARIA TERRONE’s chapbook Life, Death, & Cash is forthcoming this year from Dancing Girl Press. The Word Works will publish her fourth poetry collection, No Known Coordinates, in 2024.

LYUDMILA ULITSKAYA,* a chevalier of the French Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, was made an officer of the Légion d’honneur in 2014.

RICHARD PEVEAR and LARISSA VOLOKHONSKY’s translation of Boris Godunov, Little Tragedies, and Others: The Complete Plays by Alexander Pushkin was published by Vintage Classics in January 2023. Their translation of Lyudmila Ulitskaya’s The Body of the Soul will be published this year by Yale University Press.

ANDREW MOTION, co-founder of The Poetry Archive, was the UK Poet Laureate from 1999 to 2009. He is now Homewood Professor of the Arts at Johns Hopkins and lives in Baltimore. His New and Selected Poems was published by Faber in May.

DANA GIOIA is the former California Poet Laureate. His most recent book is Meet Me at the Lighthouse (Graywolf Press, 2023).

Pulitzer Prize-winner TED KOOSER’s most recent collection of poems is Cotton Candy: Poems Dipped out of the Air (University of Nebraska Press, 2022). He served as U.S. Poet Laureate 2004–2006.

CHARLES MARTIN’s latest book is a translation of Euripides’ Medea (University of California Press, 2019).

D. M. ADERIBIGBE* is from Lagos, Nigeria. His debut book of poems, How the End First Showed (University of Wisconsin Press, 2018), won the Brittingham Prize in Poetry.

SYDNEY LEA’s new book of poems, What Shines, is forthcoming in September from Four Way Books.

KAREN WILKIN is a contributor, along with others, to Larry Poons, a monograph published by Abbeville Press, out in May.

MARCIA B. SIEGEL’s career biography, Howling Near Heaven: Twyla Tharp and the Reinvention of Modern Dance, has been published in paperback, with a new introduction, by the University Press of Florida.

ERICK NEHER is Vice President of Marketing for Hearst Magazines.

BROOKE ALLEN teaches History of Thought at the Bennington Prison Education Initiative.

TOM WILHELMUS has been reviewing for The Hudson Review since 1988.

MEG SCHOERKE lives in San Francisco.

BRUCE WHITEMAN is a Canadian poet and reviewer. A collection of essays and reviews, Work to Be Done, is forthcoming from Biblioasis.

With this issue, WILLIAM H. PRITCHARD has written 170 pieces for The Hudson Review since 1967.

*Asterisk indicates a new contributor.