Faculty Publications: English – October 2021

October 1, 2021


Thirty-nine entries from the Department of English. Scholarship includes studies of modernist literature, Black Mountain and Beat poetry, composition, late-nineteenth-century U.S. women’s writing, and U.S. abolitionism. Also featured are works of creative writing in book form and in literary journals, as well as a new edition of a recovered early-eighteenth-century play.

Blankley, Elyse. “Gendered Violence and Narrative Complicity in Katherine Mansfield and Leonard Woolf.” Forthcoming in Kathrine Mansfield: International Approaches (Routledge, 2022).  

—. “Katherine Mansfield and the Reader’s Horizon.” Forthcoming in Katherine Mansfield and Children (Edinburgh UP, 2022).

—. Review of Shattered Objects: Djuna Barnes’s Modernism in Modernism/Modernity (January 2021).

Dilts, Tyler. “You Have Time,” Air/Light, Issue 3/Summer 2021. https://airlightmagazine.org/airlight/issue-3/you-have-time/

Guffey, Robert. Donald Trump’s Operation Mindfuck. OR Books, 2022. 

“If You’re Into Eating Children’s Brains, You’ve Got a Four-Year Free Ride: A QAnon Bedtime Story (Part 4).” The Evergreen Review (June 30, 2021). <https://evergreenreview.com/read/if-youre-into-eating-childrens-brains-youve-got-a-four-year-free-ride-4/>

“If You’re Into Eating Children’s Brains, You’ve Got a Four-Year Free Ride: A QAnon Bedtime Story (Part 3).” The Evergreen Review (June 24, 2021). <https://evergreenreview.com/read/if-youre-into-eating-childrens-brains-youve-got-a-four-year-free-ride-3/>

“If You’re Into Eating Children’s Brains, You’ve Got a Four-Year Free Ride: A QAnon Bedtime Story (Part 2).” The Evergreen Review (June 16, 2021). <https://evergreenreview.com/read/if-youre-into-eating-childrens-brains-youve-got-a-four-year-free-ride-2/>

“If You’re Into Eating Children’s Brains, You’ve Got a Four-Year Free Ride: A QAnon Bedtime Story (Part 1).” The Evergreen Review (June 14, 2021). <https://evergreenreview.com/read/if-youre-into-eating-childrens-brains-youve-got-a-four-year-free-ride-1/>

“Her Wounded Eyes.” Year’s Best Hardcore Horror Vol. 6. Red Room Press, 2021.

Bela Lugosi’s Dead: A Novel. Crossroad Press, 2021.

Widow of the Amputation & Other Weird Crimes: Four Novellas. Eraserhead Press, 2021.

“Old Man on a Bus.” The Mailer Review Vol. 14, No. 1 (Fall 2020).

“Donald Trump’s Operation Mindfuck.” The Evergreen Review (November 2, 2020). <https://evergreenreview.com/read/donald-trumps-operation-mindfuck/>
“Dark Twins of a Distorted American Dream: Gary D. Rhodes’ Offed and Steve Erickson’s Shadowbahn.” Medium (October 25, 2020). <https://medium.com/curious/dark-twins-of-a-distorted-american-dream-gary-d-rhodes-offed-and-steve-erickson-s-shadowbahn-bb84190f5338>
“What Are the True Goals of QAnon? It’s the 21st Century’s Ultimate Catfish Scheme.” Salon (September 13, 2020). <https://www.salon.com/2020/09/13/what-are-the-true-goals-of-qanon-its-the-21st-centurys-ultimate-catfish-scheme/>
“Decoding QAnon: From Pizzagate to Kanye to Marina Abramovic, This Conspiracy Covers Everything.” Salon (September 7, 2020). <https://www.salon.com/2020/09/07/decoding-qanon-from-pizzagate-to-kanye-to-marina-abramovic-this-conspiracy-covers-everything/>
“Making Sense of QAnon: What Lies Behind the Conspiracy Theory That’s Eating America?” Salon (August 30, 2020). <https://www.salon.com/2020/08/30/making-sense-of-qanon-what-lies-behind-the-conspiracy-theory-thats-eating-america/>
“The Deep, Twisted Roots of QAnon: From 1940s Sci-fi to 19th-century Anti-Masonic Agitprop.” Salon (August 23, 2020). <https://www.salon.com/2020/08/23/the-deep-twisted-roots-of-qanon-from-1940s-sci-fi-to-19th-century-anti-masonic-agitprop/>
“What Is QAnon?: A Not-so-brief Introduction to the Conspiracy Theory That’s Eating America.” Salon (August 16, 2020). <https://www.salon.com/2020/08/16/what-is-qanon-a-not-so-brief-introduction-to-the-conspiracy-theory-thats-eating-america/>

“Her Wounded Eyes.” New Reader Magazine #10 (June 2020).

“The Loser.” Black Cat Mystery Magazine #6 (June 2020).

“The Pharmacy” and “The Lemon Thief.” Rosebud #67 (Spring 2020).

“Watch Out or You’ll End up in My Novel: The Lost World of Ask the Dust.” John Fante’s Ask the Dust: A Joining of Voices and Views. Fordham University Press, 2020.

“A Scarcity of Angels.” Selene Quarterly Magazine Vol. 2, No.4 (February 2020). 

Hart, George. Finding the Weight of Things: Larry Eigner’s Ecrippoetics. University of Alabama Press, forthcoming, Spring 2022. 

—. “‘To Open Your Ears’: Typing, Time, and the Body in Beat and Black Mountain Poetics.” The Beats, Black Mountain, and New Modes in American Poetry, Matt Theado, editor. Clemson University Press, forthcoming, Spring 2022. 

—. Momentous Inconclusions: The Life and Work of Larry Eigner, co-edited with Jennifer Bartlett. University of New Mexico Press, 2020. 

—. “The Dark Ecology of Naked Lunch.” Humanities, vol. 9, no. 4, 2020, https://doi.org/10.3390/h9040130 

Hernandez, David. Hello I Must Be Going. University of Pittsburgh Press, Forthcoming Spring 2022.

Margrave, Clint. “After Watching the Challenger Documentary on Netflix,” The Journal of American Poetry, forthcoming.  

—. “Camus Takes a Train” and “Monk Dies in Greece without Ever Seeing a Woman,” Gargoyle, forthcoming. 

—. “Pessoa Died a Virgin,” In the Footsteps of a Shadow: North American Literary Responses to Fernando Pessoa, forthcoming.    

—. Visitor (poems), NYQ Books, forthcoming.

—. “Middle-Aged Slam Pit,” Without a DoubtPoems Illuminating FaithNYQ Books, forthcoming, 2021. 

—. “Rat Trap,” Sterling Clack Clack, forthcoming, 2021. 

—. “After Rereading Beowulf ” and “Jumping Spiders Can See the Moon,” Spillway, Oct. 2021.   

—. “Bulgarian Necrologues,” One, Issue 24, 2021. 

—. “Claes Oldenburg: Alphabet in Form of a Good Bar,” “Alexej von Jawlensky: Still Life with Flowers and Oranges,” The Ekphrastic Review, 2021/2020. 

—. “Dostoevsky Takes a Selfie,” Artillery Magazine, Sept/Oct. 2021. 

—. “Fellow Traveler,” “The Quest for Perfect Armor,” Bird of Prey,” International Literary Quarterly, 2021. 

—. “Jesus Never Laughed,” The Moth, Spring 2021. 

—. “Origins,” Oikos: Poeti per il future, 2021 (Italian translation).   

—. “Sad Animals,” Sterling Clack Clack, 2021.  

—. “Toad Dies and Goes to Heaven,” Rattle, Poets Respond, 2021. 

—. “Tropic of Cancer,” Short Edition, 2021.   

—. “Visitor” and “Call to Prayer,” New York Quarterly, Issues 67.1, 67.2. 2021.

—. “Brave New Literary World,” Areo, October 2020.  

—. “Italians Singing from Balconies,” Areo, March 2020.  

—. Lying Bastard (a novel), Run Amok Books, 2020. 

—. “A Supermarket in California.” Another Chicago Magazine. (Dispatches from the Pandemic series). 2020.

—. “The Tyger King.” Poets Reading the News, April 2020. 

McDevitt, David, editor. Mary Pix’s The Conquest of Spain. 2021. https://www.amazon.com/Conquest-Spain-Mary-Pix/dp/0578997916/

Scenters-Zapico, John T. Identity: A Reader for Writers. 2nd ed., Oxford UP, 2021.

—. “Small m to Big M-Mobilities: a Model.” Mobility Work in Composition, edited by Bruce Horner, Megan Faver Hartline, Ashanka Kumari and Laura Sceniak Matravers, Utah State UP, 2021.  

Tayyar, Paul Kareem. Daydreaming & Other Essays. J. New Books. Forthcoming, December 2021.

—. Let Us Now Praise Ordinary Things. Arroyo Seco Press. June 2021.

Treviño, Rene H. “Frederick Douglass Beyond the United States – Transatlantic Activism and Correspondence.” One More Voice, an imprint of Livingstone Online, new dawn edition, 2021, www.onemorevoice.org/html/essays/douglass_beyond_us.html.

—. “Yda H. Addis (c. 1857-?): An Annotated Bibliography.” Resources for American Literary Study, vol. 42, no. 2, 2020, pp. 256-305.

Wegener, Frederick. “‘Talking Against Time’ in The Age of Innocence.” Afterword to “The Age of Innocence at 100,” special issue of Edith Wharton Review, vol. 36 (2020): 165-80.