Today we’re accustomed to recalling the nineteenth-century Luddites with a smirk of embarrassment. We trot out the name of their movement to poke fun at ourselves for not having the latest tablet, for being slow on the uptake of new media, or for preserving our skepticism of…
A guest post from Tony Grooms
One of my favorite Michael Walls poems has a new title. Once called “Scars,” it’s been retitled “Naked” in his second volume of poems, Climbing an…
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A couple weeks ago, scholars on Twitter lamented the long timelines of academic publishing. Occasioned by the 2023 publication of a monograph with a…
A Guest Post by Tony Grooms
Contrapuntal Poems and Silence
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I've never been one for New Year's resolutions. Why wait for an appointed time to make a necessary change? But wedged between year-in-review lists and…
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A Guest Post by Fiction Writer Tony Grooms
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