MFA English Program

University of Mississippi

Recent Books

Writing the Welsh Borderlands in Anglo-Saxon England
Writing the Welsh Borderlands in Anglo-Saxon England

By Lindy Brady, assistant professor and assistant chair of English

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Antebellum Posthuman:
Race and Materiality in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
Antebellum Posthuman:
Race and Materiality in the Mid-Nineteenth Century

By Cristin Ellis, associate professor of English

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Mississippi
Mississippi

Poems by Ann Fisher-Wirth, professor of English and director of the environmental studies minor, and photographs by Maude Schuyler Clay

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Beyond the Crossroads:
The Devil and the Blues Tradition
Beyond the Crossroads:
The Devil and the Blues Tradition

By Adam Gussow, associate professor of English and Southern Studies

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Lesbian South
The Lesbian South:
Southern Feminists, the Women in Print Movement, and the Queer Literary Canon

By Jaime Harker, professor of English and director of the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies

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Heavy
Heavy:
An American Memoir

By Kiese Laymon, Otillie Schillig Chair of English and Writing

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Reading Reconstruction:
Sherwood Bonner and the Literature of the Post-Civil War South
Reading Reconstruction:
Sherwood Bonner and the Literature of the Post-Civil War South

By Kathryn B. McKee, McMullan Associate Professor of Southern Studies and associate professor of English

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Oceanic
Oceanic

By Aimee Nezhukumatathil, professor of English and environmental studies

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Country Dark
Country Dark

By Chris Offutt, associate professor of English and screenwriting

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Exploded View:
Essays on Fatherhood, with Diagrams
Exploded View:
Essays on Fatherhood, with Diagrams

By Dustin Parsons, senior lecturer of English

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Performing Animals:
History, Agency, Theater
Performing Animals:
History, Agency, Theater

By Karen Raber, professor of English, and Monica Mattfeld

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Shakespeare and Posthumanist Theory
Shakespeare and Posthumanist Theory

By Karen Raber, professor of English

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Corporate Romanticism:
Liberalism, Justice, and the Novel (Lit Z)
Corporate Romanticism:
Liberalism, Justice, and the Novel (Lit Z)

Coedited by Daniel M. Stout, assistant professor of English

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Faulkner and Print Culture
Faulkner and Print Culture

Coedited by Jay Watson, Howry Professor of Faulkner Studies and professor of English; Jaime Harker, professor of English and director of the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies; and James G. Thomas, associate director for publications at the Center for the Study of Southern Culture

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Writing the Radio War
Writing the Radio War

By Ian Whittington, assistant professor of English

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