Joseph DeLong

Full-time Lecturer

DeLong
PhD, University of Cincinnati
English and comparative literature

My interests include poetry, translation, contemporary American literature, Japanese language and literature, and mathematics.

I’ve designed and taught USSY 290V, Experiencing Mathematics, which involves instruction in both writing and mathematics.

Poetry publications
“Zero.” Nimrod (forthcoming).
“I Don’t Watch Too Many Movies.” Lullwater Review (forthcoming).
“I Took a While to Respond.” Lullwater Review (forthcoming).
“The Key Is Ready for Pickup.” Lullwater Review (forthcoming).
“Suspense.” Translation (with Noriko Hara) of “Sasupensu,” by Ken’ichi Sasō. Painted Bride Quarterly (forthcoming).
“Gathering.” Mantis 13 (2015).
“Favor.” Roanoke Review 36 (2014).
“Gift.” Translation (with Noriko Hara) of “Okurimono,” by Ken’ichi Sasō. Forklift, Ohio 28 (2014).
“The Planet of Hearts.” Translation (with Noriko Hara) of “Shinzō no hoshi,” by Ken’ichi Sasō. Forklift, Ohio 28 (2014).
“Everyone, I’m Leaving.” Puerto del Sol 49.2 (2014).
“You’d Have to Get Up Pretty Early.” Mid-American Review 25.2 (2005).