Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors

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 most recent collection of essays is Incarnation & Metamorphosis: Can
Literature Change Us?
(Paul Dry Books, 2023). He lives in Tasmania.

RACHEL HADAS’ new collection, Ghost Guest, is due out from Ragged Sky Press in the fall of 2023.

KEVIN HART’s most recent collection of poetry is Barefoot (Notre Dame U.P., 2018). He teaches at the University of Virginia.

BRUCE LAWDER’s most recent book of poems, Shorelines, was published in 2022 by Homestead Lighthouse Press.

CARY HOLLADAY, Professor Emeritus at the University of Memphis, lives in Orange County, Virginia. Her most recent book is Images of America: Glen Allen (Arcadia Publishing, 2022).

ROBIN CHAPMAN’s most recent book of poetry is Panic Season (Tebot Bach, 2022). She is the recipient of the Helen Howe Poetry Award from Appalachia.

MAURYA SIMON’s latest book is The Wilderness: New & Selected Poems, 1980–2016 (Red Hen Press, 2018).

ELLEN KAUFMAN’s* latest book is Double-Parked, with Tosca (Able Muse Press, 2021).

KARL KIRCHWEY is Professor of English and Creative Writing at Boston University. His essay in this issue is part of a book-length cycle of hybrid essays titled Grim Reapers: A Family History of Ambiguous Loss.

JOHN SIBLEY WILLIAMS* is the author of nine poetry collections, including The Drowning House (Elixir Press Poetry Award, 2022).

PETER SCHMITT’s most recent collection of poems is Goodbye, Apostrophe, from Regal House (2020).

PAULA BOHINCE is a 2022 NEA Fellow in Translation. Her most recent book of poetry is Swallows and Waves (Sarabande, 2016).

MARK JACOBS’ sixth book, Silent Light, is forthcoming from Evergreen Books.

ALLEN BRADEN* is the author of Elegy in the Passive Voice (University of Alaska/Fairbanks, 2012).

KATE NORTHROP’s* recent collection is cuntstruck (C & R Press, 2017). She is a recipient of the Jeannette Haien Ballard Writer’s Prize.

JOYCE WILSON* is editor of The Poetry Porch, a literary magazine on the Internet since 1997. She is the author of Take and Receive (Kelsay Books, 2019).

BRIAN SWANN’s most recent collection Imago was published in 2023 by Johns Hopkins University Press.

STAMATIS POLENAKIS* was a 2017 Greek National Poetry Prize winner for his volume Mercedes’ Roses.

NICK MOSCHOVAKIS* has recently published translations of other poems from The Glorious Stone by Stamatis Polenakis.

SUSAN GUBERNAT’s* most recent collection The Zoo at Night won the Raz-Shumaker Prize for a book of poetry and was published by the University of Nebraska Press in 2017.

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

KAREN WILKIN was the curator of “Eyes on the City: Drawings by Susanna Heller and Karlis Rekevics” at The New York Studio School Gallery.

ERICK NEHER is Vice President of Marketing for Hearst Magazines.

BRUCE WHITEMAN is a Canadian poet and reviewer. A collection of essays and reviews, Work to Be Done, is forthcoming from Biblioasis in 2023.

WILLIAM H. PRITCHARD’s next piece will be about the fiction of Richard Ford.

Green Hill, LORNA KNOWLES BLAKE’s second collection, won the Able Muse Poetry Prize and was published by Able Muse Press in 2018.

MICHAEL THURSTON teaches at Smith College and is the author of several books on modern poetry.

LOUISE MARBURG is the author of three award-winning collections of stories including You Have Reached Your Destination (EastOver Press, 2022).

* Asterisk indicates a new contributor.