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Hilary Holladay  

Office: Keezell 220
Phone: 540-568-2500
Email: holladhw@jmu.edu
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Courses: Spring 2014
Eng 299: Writing About Literature
Eng 361: African-American Fiction Writers
Eng 407: Advanced Studies in American Literature. The Beat Movement

Specialization:
African American Literature
American Poetry
Literature of the Beat Movement
Modern and Contemporary American Literature

Education:
Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
M.A., The College of William and Mary in Virginia
B.A., University of Virginia

Publishing Company:
Editor and Publisher, Jefferson Park Press.

Fellowships and Awards:
Gabriel Award, Catholic Academy of Communications Arts Professionals, 2010. For
          participation in With Good Reason radio program on Lucille Clifton’s life and poetry.

Award of Merit, American Association of State and Local History, 2008. For participation in           On the Road: An Exhibition of Jack Kerouac’s Original Scroll Manuscript, Lowell
          (Mass.) National Historical Park, 2007.

Humanities Fellow, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, Charlottesville, Va. Spring           1998, Spring 2008.

Publications:
Scholarly Books
American Hipster: A Life of Herbert Huncke, The Times Square Hustler Who Inspired the           Beat Movement. New York: Magnus Books, 2013.

Wild Blessings: The Poetry of Lucille Clifton (expanded edition). Baton Rouge: LSU Press,           2012 (1st edition published in 2004).

What’s Your Road, Man? Critical Essays on Jack Kerouac’s On the Road. Co-editor, with           Robert Holton. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2009.

Ann Petry's Short Fiction: Critical Essays. Co-editor, with Hazel Arnett Ervin. Westport,
          Conn.: Praeger, 2004.

Ann Petry. New York: Twayne, 1996.

Poetry Collections
The Dreams of Mary Rowlandson. Lowell, Mass.: Loom Press, 2006.

Baptism in the Merrimack (chapbook). Lowell, Mass.: Loom Press, 1999.

Selected Essays and Interviews
Parallel Destinies in The Bell Jar and On the Road.” Plath Profiles.

The Oldest Living Confessional Poet Tells (Not Quite) All.” Interview with W.D. Snodgrass.           Poetry Magazine online.

She Could Tell You Stories.” Interview with Lucille Clifton (reprinted from Wild Blessings:           The Poetry of Lucille Clifton). The Poetry Foundation.

“Herbert Huncke.” American Writers: A Collection of Literary Biographies: Supplement XIV.           Ed. Jay Parini. New York: Scribner, 2004. 137-53.

 

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