Alan Golding

Alan Golding is professor of English and affiliated faculty in women’s and gender studies at the University of Louisville, where he teaches US American literature and twentieth- and twenty-first-century poetry and poetics. He is the author of From Outlaw to Classic: Canons in American Poetry (University of Wisconsin Press, 1995), which won a CHOICE Best Academic Book Award, and of numerous essays on modernist and contemporary poetry. He has two book projects in progress: Written Into the Future: New American Poetries from The Dial to the Digital, under contract with the University of Alabama Press, and “Isn’t the Avant-Garde Always Pedagogical,” a book on experimental poetics and pedagogy. He serves on the editorial boards of Contemporary Literature, Twentieth-Century Literature, and the University of Alabama Modern and Contemporary Poetics Series, and coedits the Iowa Series on Contemporary North American Poetry with Lynn Keller and Dee Morris.