B.A., Vassar College
M.A., SUNY Buffalo State
Ph.D., Fordham University
Caroline Hagood is an Assistant Professor of Literature, Writing and Publishing and Director of Undergraduate Writing here at St. Francis College. She also teaches in the MFA program and serves as the Faculty Advisor for the Unbound Brooklyn Journal and The Terrier Journal.
She is the author of two poetry books, the novel, Ghosts of America, and the book-length essays, Ways of Looking at a Woman and Weird Girls: Writing the Art Monster. Her novel, Filthy Creation, is forthcoming in May 2023. Her work has appeared in publications including Electric Literature, Creative Nonfiction, Lit Hub, the Kenyon Review, the Huffington Post, the Guardian, Salon, and Elle. Her work has been most recently anthologized in Embodied: An Intersectional Feminist Comics Poetry Anthology. Her academic articles have appeared in Resources for American Literary Study, Texas Studies in Literature and Language, Pennsylvania Literary Journal, and Caribbean Literature, Language, and Culture.
She is on the Advisory Board for Cornell University Press’s trade imprint, Three Hills. She serves as Co-Editor at Hanging Loose Press where she is also the Series Editor for the Loose Translation Award, jointly sponsored by Hanging Loose Press and the MFA program in Creative Writing and Literary Translation of Queens College, CUNY.