About Caroline Hagood

Caroline Hagood’s first book of poetry, Lunatic Speaks, was published in 2012 by FutureCycle Press, and her second poetry book, Making Maxine’s Baby, a small press bestseller, came out in May 2015 from Hanging Loose Press. Her lyric essay book, Ways of Looking at a Woman, will come out from Hanging Loose Press in 2018.

Her poetry and essays have also appeared in The Kenyon Review, Drunken Boat, Hanging Loose, the Huffington Post, the Guardian, Salon, and the Economist.

She received her English PhD from Fordham University and teaches creative writing at Barnard.

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