Wyatt Bonikowski, PhD
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- PhD, Cornell University
- MA, Cornell University
- BA, University of California, Berkeley
- Twentieth century British Literature
- Literature and war
- Literary theory
- Trauma studies
- Fiction writing
- Shell Shock and the Modernist Imagination: The Death Drive in Post-World War I British Fiction. Farnham, Surrey, England: Ashgate, 2013.
- “ 'Only One Antagonist': The Demon Lover and the Feminine Experience in the Work of Shirley Jackson.” Gothic Studies 15.2 (2013): 66-88.
- Review of Ford Madox Ford and the Misfit Moderns: Edwardian Fiction and the First World
War by Rob Hawkes. Modernism/modernity 20.3 (2013): 614-15.
- Review of Clandestine Encounters: Philosophy in the Narratives of Maurice Blanchot, ed. Kevin
Hart. Modern Philology 111.2 (2013): E278-E281.
- “The Old Church” and “Sister Finds a Box.” Wigleaf. November 27, 2012. Web.
- “None of Your Business.” HOBART. October 16, 2012. Web.
- “Little Man.” Fairy Tale Review: The Grey Issue (2012): 31-32. Print.
- “Bible Camp.” SmokeLong Quarterly (www.smokelong.com), Issue 32, June 2011. Web.
- “There Was a Time When We Had Nothing,” “The Devil Called Satan Had Me for a Snack,”
- and “If We Could Have Known.” Action, Yes (www.actionyes.org), Fall 2009. Web.
- “The Teacher.” Word Riot (www.wordriot.org), July 2009. Web.
Short fiction has appeared in Action, Yes, Denver Quarterly, Elimae, Fairy Tale Review: The Grey Issue, First Intensity, LIT, SmokeLong Quarterly, Word Riot, and other journals.