Monique Ferrell

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Monique Ferrell

Monique Ferrell is a poet and fiction writer. She is the author of three books of poetry: attraversiamo, (2016), Unsteady (2011), and Black Body Parts (2002). Her writing has appeared in American Poetry Review, North American Review, Antioch Review, Cimarron Review, and New York Quarterly, among other creative writing journals, as well as the anthologies Token Entry, Out of the Rough, The Place Where We Dwell, and Rabbit Ears: TV Poems.

Beyond her creative writing pursuits, Ferrell is co-founder of 2 Bridges Review, co-editor of the feminist criticism text Looking for the Enemy: The Eternal Internal Gender Wars of Our Sisters, and author of a myriad of scholarly publications on writing, race, gender equality, and pop culture issues including the forthcoming book The Seduction Deduction: Erotica, Intellect, and God-like Transformation in Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. Currently, she is a Professor of English and teaches Literature, Gender & Sexuality Studies, and Composition in New York City. She is also working on her first novel, Tuck, which focuses on the impact of mental illness and depression in African American families.

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by Monique Ferrell

attraversiamo attraversiamo
ISBN:  978-1-63045-021-2
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Unsteady Unsteady
ISBN:  978-1-935520-53-5
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