Current Work: English Department Publications (July to December, 2023)


Walt Hunter, Some Flowers. Madhat Press, 2023.

James Newlin, Uncanny Fidelity: Recognizing Shakespeare in Twenty-First-Century Film and Television. Strode Series in Renaissance Literature and Culture of the University of Alabama Press, 2023.

James Newlin, co-editor. New Psychoanalytic Readings of Shakespeare: Cool Reason and Seething Brains. Routledge, 2023.

Lindsay Turner, translator. Liliane Gouradon’s Sphinx. Litmus Press, 2023.

Lindsay Turner, The Upstate. Phoenix Press, 2023.

Thrity Umrigar, The Museum of Failures. Algonquin Books, 2023.

Articles, Essays, Chapters

George Blake‘s article about the progress of lead safety in Cleveland has been published in The Land.

George Blake’s article “Repairing homes, supporting home ownership: Home Repair Resource Center offers help,” was published in The Land.

Michael Clune‘s essay, “What is an Author?” was published in the 50th anniversary issue of Critical Inquiry.

Michael Clune has a review of Sasha Frere-Jones’s Earlier (Semiotexte, 2023) at Bookforum.

Michael Clune has a piece on AI and grade inflation at the Chronicle of Higher Education.

Vicki Daniels‘s article “‘A Harrowing and Laborious Occupation’: Preservation in the 1904 General Slocum Disaster Identifications” was published in the death studies journal Mortality.

Walt Hunter‘s essay on Claudia Jones’s poetry, “Radical Black Poetics and South-South Movement,” is out in this new book edited by Angela Naimou.

Walt Hunter writes about Louise Glück in The Atlantic on the occasion of her death.

Alexandra Magearu has an essay on Arab American anti-war poetry in Michigan Quarterly Review.

Steve Pinkerton‘s review essay, “Ralph Ellison, Democracy, and American Vernacular Culture,” will appear in Resources for American Literary Study, 45.1.

Stephanie Redekop‘s article “The New Essay Studies” (a review of the Cambridge Companion to the Essay and the Edinburgh Companion to the Essay) was published in Genre.

Robert Rowan‘s article, “Student Self-Diagnostics: Engaging Students as Co-Respondents to Their Own Writing,” was published in the Fall 2023 issue (9.2) of Journal of Response to Writing.

Thrity Umrigar‘s essay, “The Divided Self is Every Immigrant’s Legacy,” appeared in Literary Hub.

Marion Wolfe has a chapter in an edited collection. Her essay is co-written with Elizabeth Rodrigues and is titled “Post-it as Praxis: Counternarrating Non-linearity and Multiplicity in Academic Lives” from the collection Career Narratives and Academic Womanhood: In the Spaces Provided, edited by Lisa Ortiz-Vilarelle.

Creative Work

Joseph DeLong‘s visual poems “Titled City” and “Aleatory” and his poems “Here in the Galaxy” and “The Human Year” are out in issue 27 of Redactions.

Mary Grimm‘s flash “Don’t Look” was published by Roifaineant Press.

Mary Grimm‘s flash “Dr. No” has been published in Corvus Review.

Mary Grimm’s flash “Dorothy Wordsworth, Secret Agent” has been published in Lothlorien Journal.

Mary Grimm‘s  flash, “List of No,” has been published in Border Crossing

Mary Grimm has a flash up at Does It Have Pockets: “The Marriage of Poets May Sarton and Henry David Thoreau.”

Mary Grimm has a short story, “Under the Hill,” in the anthology Cleveland Noir

Mary Grimm‘s story “Sierraville” has been published in Carve Magazine.

Mary Grimm‘s story “Temporal Instability” has been published in Laurel Review.

Mary Grimm‘s story “Wednesdays” has been published in Halfway Down the Stairs.

Mary Grimm‘s story “What You Can Take” has been published in Ocotillo Review.

Dave Lucas has a poem published in Switchyard, a newish magazine out of the University of Tulsa.

Alexandra Magearu published a short story about the criminalization of abortion in 1980s Romania in the other side of hope.

Lindsay Turner‘s poem “Dogwood” is featured on Poetry Daily.

Lindsay Turner‘s poem “The Forest / Wanting a Child” was published in The New York Review.

Thrity Umrigar has a short story in the anthology Cleveland Noir.

Recorded Interviews, Podcasts

Michael Clune gave a reading on Montez Press Radio.

Michael Clune was interviewed on the Australian podcast What Happens Next? about Gamelife.

William Marling’s podcast “Anarchism and Rhetoric” aired on the Anarchist Essays website.