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  • Notes on Contributors

LEANN DAVIS ALSPAUGH is managing editor of The Hedgehog Review.

ROBERT ARCHAMBEAU is a poet and critic whose books include the poetry collections The Kafka Sutra and Home and Variations and the critical studies Inventions of a Barbarous Age: Poetry from Conceptualism to Rhyme, The Poet Resigns: Poetry in a Difficult Time, and Laureates and Heretics: Six Careers in American Poetry. He teaches at Lake Forest College and edits the essays and comments section of Plume.

DAVID BOTTOMS is the author of eight books of poetry and two novels. His poems have appeared in a large number of magazines, including The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Harper’s, The Paris Review, and Poetry. His most recent book of poems, We Almost Disappear, was released in the fall of 2011. Among his many awards are the Whitman Award, the Frederick Bock Prize, and the Levinson Prize, both from Poetry magazine, an Ingram Merrill Award, an Award in Literature from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, and fellowships from the NEA and the Guggenheim Foundation.

GERALD COSTANZO was educated at Harvard and received his M.A. from The Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins in 1970. Since then he has been a professor at Carnegie Mellon University. His work has appeared in American Poetry Review, The Nation, The Georgia Review, and Ploughshares among many other magazines, and he has written and edited ten books of poetry.

DAVID COTE is theater and dance editor and chief drama critic of Time Out New York. A playwright, librettist, and lyricist, his work includes the opera Three Way (Nashville Opera and Brooklyn Academy of Music, 2017); The Scarlet Ibis (Prototype festival, NYC); and plays and song cycles. His reporting and criticism have appeared in American Theatre, Opera News, The Guardian, and The New York Times.

JAMES CUMMINS’s most recent book, Still Some Cake, is available from Carnegie Mellon University Press. He lives in Cincinnati.

NICHOLAS FRIEDMAN is a Jones Lecturer in poetry at Stanford University.

AMY GLYNN’s work appears in journals and anthologies including The Best American Poetry. Her book A Modern Herbal was published by Measure Press in 2013. She lives in the San Francisco Bay area. [End Page 158]

SUMMER GREER is a teacher, writer, and photographer living in Baltimore. He received his M.F.A. from Johns Hopkins University.

TED HENDRICKS is an independent scholar working in Baltimore. He received his doctorate from the Catholic University of America. Ted has published papers on Edwin Arlington Robinson, Robert Frost, Flannery O’Connor, and other 20th-century American authors. He is currently writing a critical biography of Stephen Dixon.

JEFFERSON HUNTER is The Hopkins Review’s film critic and the Helen and Laura Shedd Professor of English and Film Studies, Emeritus, at Smith College. His most recent project is a website, A Word in Your Ear, about unusual English words and phrases: sophia.smith.edu/blog/wordinyourear.

YASMINE KAMINSKY studies English at Johns Hopkins University and is the recipient of an Arts Innovation Grant from the Andrew W. Melon Foundation.

BYRON LANDRY teaches creative writing at Johns Hopkins University. His fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Tin House online, Conjunctions, and the minnesota review. He lives in Baltimore.

AMY LEMMON is the author of two poetry collections: Fine Motor (Sow’s Ear Poetry Review Press, 2008) and Saint Nobody (Red Hen Press, 2009) and coauthor, with Denise Duhamel, of the chapbooks ABBA: The Poems (Coconut Books, 2010) and Enjoy Hot or Iced: Poems in Conversation and a Conversation (Slapering Hol Press, 2011). Her poems and essays have appeared in The Best American Poetry, Rolling Stone, New Letters, Prairie Schooner, Verse, Court Green, The Journal, Marginalia, and many other magazines and anthologies. Amy is Professor of English at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology and Poetry Editor of the online literary magazine Ducts.org.

WILLIAM LOGAN’s new book of poetry, Rift of Light, will be published in the fall of 2017.

JEAN MCGARRY’s most recent story collection, Ocean State, came out in 2010. Her new book, No Harm Done, will be published by Dalkey Archive Press in 2017. She teaches in The Writing Seminars at...

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ISSN
1939-9774
Print ISSN
1939-6589
Pages
pp. 158-160
Launched on MUSE
2017-02-06
Open Access
No
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