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Angela Hume Lewandowski
I am in the process of turning my scholarly dissertation into a book. "Lyric Interiors: The Contemporary Ecological Imagination in American Women’s Poetry" charts literary representations of environmental harm and its consequences for the health and ecologies of women and other marginalized groups in the 20th/21st century. My critical work appears in journals such as Contemporary Literature, ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, and Jacket2, and I am co-editor of the book Ecopoetics: Essays in the Field (U of Iowa Press, forthcoming spring 2018). I am also a poet. My first full-length book, Middle Time (2016), is out from Omnidawn. In fall 2017, I will join the faculty at the University of Minnesota, Morris as Assistant Professor of English, Creative Writing, and Environmental Literature and Theory.