"The Spaces Between": Bernadette Mayer’s Self-Archiving in Memory

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Stephanie Anderson

Assist. Professor of American Literature at Duke Kunshan University

Stephanie Anderson (she/they) is Assistant Professor of Literature & Creative Writing at Duke Kunshan University. Her research focuses on twentieth century poetry, small press publishing, and cultures of circulation. She is the author of three books of poetry, most recently If You Love Error So Love Zero (Trembling Pillow Press), as well as several chapbooks, including Bearings, forthcoming later this year (DIAGRAM/New Michigan Press). She is also the editor of a book of interviews, Spies in the Audience: Women in Small Press Publishing (forthcoming from the University of New Mexico Press in Fall 2024), and co-editor of All This Thinking: The Correspondence of Bernadette Mayer & Clark Coolidge (University of New Mexico Press). Her essays, poems, and interviews have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Chicago Review, Fence Steaming, Gulf Coast, Post45, Women's Studies, and elsewhere. She is finishing Dating the Poem, a study of calendrical poetics, and her latest book of poetry is If You Love Error So Love Zero. You can read more of her work at www.octoberinapril.com.

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