Session Information

Description: Participants discuss, share, and learn about the craft and publishing of critical-creative hybrids, how such writing invigorates literary critical and creative practice and pedagogy, and how it has potential to open up new and emancipatory spaces within and beyond the academy. This work has implications for our reading and writing practice as well as for our intellectual and creative working lives.


Annette Federico, James Madison U

Heather McNaugher, Chatham U

Susannah B. Mintz, Skidmore C

Anna Mukamal, Stanford U

Melody Nixon, U of California, Santa Cruz

Lesley Wheeler, Washington and Lee U


Janine M. Utell, Widener U