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Hilary Plum

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Hilary Plum[edit]

Hilary Plum is an American author whose recent novel Strawberry Fields, won the Fence Modern Prize in Prose (2018). She is the author of the work of nonfiction Watchfires (2016), winner of the 2018 Great Lakes Colleges Association New Writers Award[1]; and her debut novel They Dragged Them Through the Streets[2] (2013)[3]. She has worked for a number of years as an editor of international literature, history, and politics. She teaches creative writing at Cleveland State University [1] and in the NEOMFA program[4], while also holding the position of associate director at the Cleveland State University Poetry Center[5]. With co-editor Zach Savich she edits the Open Prose Series at Rescue Press. Recent work has appeared in The Fairy Tale Review[6], The Massachusetts Review[7], Brooklyn Rail[2], Full Stop [3], Poetry Northwest [4], West Branch [5], The Mississippi Review[8], and elsewhere.

Selected Works[edit]

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Literature, Capital, Catapult, and the Kochs: A Dialogue

The Novel at the End of the World: An Inquiry


  3. Plum, Hilary. They Dragged Them through the Streets: A Novel. The University of Alabama Press, 2013. Project MUSE
  6. Plum, Hilary. “Quick Flesh.” Fairy Tale Review, vol. 15, 2019, pp. 120–120. JSTOR, Accessed 30 Jan. 2020.
  7. PLUM, HILARY. “Cable.” The Massachusetts Review, vol. 55, no. 1, 2014, pp. 109–112. JSTOR, Accessed 30 Jan. 2020.
  8. PLUM, HILARY. “Not Yet (Excerpt).” Mississippi Review, vol. 45, no. 3, 2018, pp. 83–98. JSTOR, Accessed 30 Jan. 2020.

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