- The Contributors
calista mcrae recently finished her PhD in English at Harvard University; she is an assistant professor in the Department of Humanities at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Her current book project, Lyric as Comedy, focuses on humor in recent American poetry; a version of its first chapter is forthcoming from Modern Philology.
rebekah trollinger is a Visiting Assistant Professor of English, Religion, and African American Studies at Earlham College. Her current book project examines ecstatic religious practices and race in America at the turn of the twentieth century.
courtney traub is currently a Teaching and Research Fellow at the Rothermere American Institute in Oxford.
yugon kim recently completed his PhD in English at the University of Notre Dame. His current book project explores the ways in which American experimental poetry intersects with the Asian theosophical tradition.
john marsh is an Associate Professor of English at Pennsylvania State University and author of Hog Butchers, Beggars, and Bus Boys: Poverty, Labor, and the Making of Modern American Poetry; Class Dismissed: Why Cannot Learn or Teach Our Way out of Inequality; and In Walt We Trust: How a Queer Socialist Poet Can Save America from Itself. [End Page 148]