Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors

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


DAVID MASON’s latest book of poems is Pacific Light (Red Hen Press, 2022). He lives in Tasmania.


CHRISTOPHER BUCKLEY was a Guggenheim Fellow for 2007–2008. His most recent book of poetry is One Sky to the Next, winner of the Longleaf Press Book Prize, 2023.


Later this year W. W. Norton will publish A. M. JUSTER’s translation of Petrarch’s Canzoniere.


DAVID LEHMAN’s books include The Morning Line, poems (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2021) and The Mysterious Romance of Murder: Crime, Detection, and the Spirit of Noir (Cornell U. P., 2022).


VICTOR BROMBERT is professor of Romance and Comparative Literatures Emeritus at Princeton University. His The Pensive Citadel, published by the University of Chicago Press in 2023, was listed by The New Yorker among the best books of that year.


NATANIA ROSENFELD* is Professor Emerita of English at Knox College. Her most recent book of poetry is The Blue Bed (Spuyten Duyvil Press, 2021).


ELISE PASCHEN’s sixth poetry collection, Blood Wolf Moon, is forthcoming from Red Hen Press in spring 2025.


BRIAN CULHANE’s most recent book of poems is Remembering Lethe (Able Muse Press, 2021).


TOM WAYMAN received British Columbia’s 2022 George Woodcock Award for Lifetime Achievement in the literary arts. His most recent collection, Watching a Man Break a Dog’s Back: Poems for a Dark Time (Harbour, 2020) won the 2023 Western Canada Jewish Book Award for poetry.


MOLLY PEACOCK’s forthcoming poetry collection is The Widow’s Crayon Box (W. W. Norton, November 2024). She is the creator of The Secret Poetry Room at Binghamton University.


DANIEL TOBIN’s latest book, The Mansions (Four Way Books, 2023), is a trilogy of long poems that form a single design.


RICHARD PEVEAR and LARISSA VOLOKHONSKY’s translation of Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin’s satirical masterpiece Foolsburg: The History of a Town will be published by Vintage Books in August 2024.


ERICK NEHER is Vice President of Marketing for Hearst Magazines.


KAREN WILKIN is the curator of “Mysteries from Past Moons: Clintel Steed, Recent Paintings” at Equity Gallery, New York.


BECKY Y. LU is currently a Doctoral Lecturer at Baruch College, CUNY, where she teaches Western music history and theory. She earned a Ph.D. in Musicology from Cornell University, where she received the Donald J. Grout Memorial Prize for exceptional dissertations.


DANA GIOIA’s book on opera and poetry, Weep, Shudder, Die, will appear from Paul Dry Books in December.


MEG SCHOERKE lives in San Francisco.


BRUCE WHITEMAN is a Canadian poet. His most recent book is a collection of essays, Work to Be Done (Biblioasis, 2024).


WILLIAM H. PRITCHARD’s next review for this magazine will be of The Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle.


TOM WILHELMUS is a writer who lives in Evansville, Indiana.


*Asterisk indicates a new contributor.