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Cynthia Hogue has published eight collections of poetry, most recently, Or Consequence (2010) and Revenance (2014), both from Red Hen Press, and When the Water Came: Evacuees of Hurricane Katrina, interview-poems and photographs (2010, with Rebecca Ross), from University of New Orleans Press. With Sylvain Gallais, she has translated Fortino Sámano (the overflowing of the poem), by Virginie Lalucq and Jean-Luc Nancy (Omnidawn 2012). Hogue taught in the M.F.A. program at the University of New Orleans before moving to Pennsylvania, where she directed the Stadler Center for Poetry at Bucknell University for eight years. While in Pennsylvania, she trained in conflict resolution with the Mennonites and became a trained mediator specializing in diversity issues in education. In 2003, she joined the Department of English at ASU as the Maxine and Jonathan Marshall Chair in Modern and Contemporary Poetry. In the spring of 2014, she served as Distinguished Visiting Writer in the MFA Program at Cornell University.
Julie Iromuanya is the author of MR. AND MRS. DOCTOR (Coffee House Press, 2015). Her creative writing has also appeared in the KENYON REVIEW, PASSAGES NORTH, the CREAM CITY REVIEW, and the TAMPA REVIEW, among other journals. Her scholarly-critical work most recently appears in CONVERGING IDENTITIES: BLACKNESS in the MODERN DIASPORA (Carolina Academic Press). She was the inaugural Herbert W. Martin Fellow in Creative Writing at the University of Dayton. Iromuanya earned her doctorate at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and was the inaugural Herbert W. Martin Fellow in Creative Writing at the University of Dayton. Iromuanya is Assistant Professor of English, creative writing, and Africana literature at the University of Arizona. MR. AND MRS. DOCTOR (Coffee House Press, 2015) is her first novel.