- Notes on Contributors
JOHN WALL BARGER is the author of four books of poetry, including The Mean Game (Palimpsest, 2019). His poems have appeared in American Poetry Review, Cincinnati Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, Poetry Ireland Review, and elsewhere. He lives in West Philadelphia, and teaches creative writing at the University of the Arts.
BRUCE BOND is the author of 27 books including Plurality and the Poetics of Self (Palgrave, 2019), Words Written Against the Walls of the City (LSU, 2019), Scar (Etruscan, 2020), The Calling (Parlor, 2021), Behemoth (New Criterion Prize, Criterion Books, 2021), and Patmos (Juniper Prize, U. of MA, 2021). His work has appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including seven editions of Best American Poetry.
DEVIKA BRENDON is a writer, teacher, editor, and reviewer of English language and literature. She is the Senior Content Editor of the literary journal New Ceylon Writing, established in 1970 and brought online in 2016. Devika's short stories and poetry have been published in international anthologies and journals, including Quadrant Magazine, Back Story, Other Terrain, Brave World, and Time of the Poet Republic. Her reviews have been published in Australia, India, and Sri Lanka. Devika is a newspaper columnist in Sri Lanka, and her articles and opinion pieces are published in Ceylon Today, The Sunday Island, The Sunday Times, The Sunday Observer, and LMD Magazine.
BRIAN BRODEUR is the author of five poetry collections, including Every Hour Is Late (Measure Press, 2019), and the chapbook Local Fauna (Kent State University Press, 2015). New poems appear Cincinnati Review, Smartish Pace, Southern Review, and 32 Poems. Brian teaches at Indiana University East.
JAMES BROOKES grew up in rural Sussex in the United Kingdom. A winner of the Eric Gregory Award, his poems have appeared or are forthcoming in such places as the London Review of Books, Poetry, and Image. His second collection, Spoils, was published in 2018. He is an MFA candidate and teaching fellow in poetry at Boston University.
MICHAEL BROWN JR. is a long-time resident of the Bronx in New York City and currently a student at Bard College. He has won fellowships from Brooklyn Poets and Poetry by the Sea. His work has appeared in the Beloit Poetry Journal, Measure Review, and elsewhere.
LUCY BUCKNELL is a senior lecturer in the Film and Media Studies Program at Johns Hopkins University. [End Page 163]
CHAD DAVIDSON's fourth collection of poems, Unearth, was released in 2020, with Southern Illinois UP. Recent work appears or is forthcoming in Antioch Review, Five Points, Gettysburg Review, and others. He serves as professor of literature and creative writing at the University of West Georgia near Atlanta and codirects Convivio, a summer writing conference in Postignano, Italy.
BORIS DRALYUK is the editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Review of Books. He is coeditor of The Penguin Book of Russian Poetry and translator of Isaac Babel, Mikhail Zoshchenko, and other authors. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The New Criterion, NYRB, The Yale Review, and elsewhere.
NICHOLAS FRIEDMAN is the author of Petty Theft, winner of the New Criterion Poetry Prize. He lives with his wife and son in Syracuse.
MIDGE GOLDBERG has received the Richard Wilbur Poetry Award for her book Snowman's Code as well as the Howard Nemerov Sonnet Award. Her poems have appeared in Measure, Light, Appalachia, and A Writer's Almanac. Other books include Flume Ride and My Best Ever Grandpa. She lives in Chester, NH.
GEORGE GREEN's book, Lord Byron's Foot, won the New Criterion Poetry Prize, the Poet's Prize, and an Academy Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. His poems have appeared in 10 anthologies, including Best American Poetry 2005 and 2006.
ROBERT BERNARD HASS is the author of Going by Contraries: Robert Frost's Conflict with Science (Virginia) and the poetry collection Counting Thunder (David Robert Books). He is coeditor of the Letters of Robert Frost (Harvard) and currently serves as executive director of the Robert Frost Society. He is professor of English at Edinboro University.
JEFFERSON HUNTER is The Hopkins Review's film critic and the Helen and Laura Shedd Professor of English and Film Studies, Emeritus, at...