Robin Tremblay-McGaw

Robin Tremblay-McGaw
Robin Tremblay-McGaw is a writer and scholar who lives in San Francisco and teaches at Santa Clara University and in Bard's Language & Thinking Program. She edits the blog www.xpoetics.blogspot.com. Selected articles include: *Questions, Read-Thrus & Alterity in the Work of Joan Retallack: An Interview with Robin Tremblay-McGaw and Auto Fairy* in Aufgabe #12 2013; *Enclosure and Run: The Fugitive Recyclopedia of Harryette Mullen's Writing,* in the summer 2010 issue of the Journal MELUS, and *About Reading* on the Language and Thinking blog. Her poetry, reviews, and essays have appeared in Little Red Leaves, On: Contemporary Practice, HOW2, Crayon, Aufgabe, Mirage, Digital Artifact Magazine, POM2, Narrativity, Biting the Error: Writers Explore Narrative (Toronto: Coach House Books, 2004), and elsewhere.

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