Marit MacArthur is associate professor of English at California State University, Bakersfield, and an MFA candidate in poetry at Warren Wilson College. Her essays, reviews, interviews, translations, and poems have appeared in Contemporary Poetry Review, The Yale Review, Poetry Flash, LIT, Poetry International, Texas Studies in Literature & Language, Modern Language Studies, American Poetry Review, World Literature Today, VERSE, and ZYZZYVA. She is the author of The American Landscape in the Poetry of Frost, Bishop and Ashbery: The House Abandoned (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), and is now at work on a book about the poetics and ethics of flight from 1903 to 2001. Her article “One World? The Poetics of Passenger Flight and the Perception of the Global” was published in the March 2012 issue of PMLA. In 2015–16, she is researching poetry performance styles as an ACLS digital innovations fellow at the University of California, Davis.