Poetry. African American Studies. "Erica Hunt's LOCAL HISTORY blows the public and the personal inside out, estranging familiar forms of writing, letter and diary, while snatching moments of intimacy and insight in disembodied prose that anatomizes artifacts of mass culture, such as screenplay and cartoon strip."—Harryette Mullen
Erica Hunt is a poet, essayist, and author of VERONICA: A SUITE IN X PARTS (selva oscura press, 2019), LETTERS TO THE FUTURE: BLACK WOMEN/RADICAL WRITING (Kore Press, 2018), TIME SLIPS RIGHT BEFORE YOUR EYES (Belladonna*, 2015), LOCAL HISTORY (Roof Books, 1994), Arcade, Piece Logic, and A Day and Its Approximates. Her poems and non-fiction have appeared in Bomb, Boundry 2, The Brooklyn Rail, Conjunctions, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Poetics Journal, Tripwire, FENCE, Hambone, In the American Tree, among other publications.
Author City: NEW YORK, NY USA