Holly Melgard’s Profile
Poetics, Poetry and the contemporary markings of our textual condition ;)
Holly Melgard is a PhD student in SUNY Buffalo’s Poetics Program, book designer and founding co-editor of Troll Thread Press (http://trollthread.tumblr.com/), as well as a former editor of P-Queue literary journal, and previous a co-curator of the Segue Reading Series. She is the author of the Poems for Baby trilogy (2011), The Making of The Americans (2012), Black Friday (2012), Reimbursement (2013), and Cats Can’t Taste Sugar (2014). She recently moved to Brooklyn, NY, where she is now teaching composition for CUNY and finishing her dissertation on “Ubiquitous Poetics: The textual conditions of the Ubiquitous Computing paradigm as exploited in 20th and 21st century experimental American poetries.”
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