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Wendy Galgan
Wendy GalganAssociate Professor, English
PhD, CUNY
MLS, Pratt Institute
BA, CUNY

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Alfond Hall 445 | wgalgan@sjcme.edu | 207-893-7930

Dr. Galgan’s areas of interest include women’s poetry, war literature, gender studies, pop culture, and genre literature. She is a published poet and editor of Assisi: An Online Journal of Arts & Letters. She also reviews audiobooks for Library Journal.

Prior to coming to Saint Joseph’s, Dr. Galgan served as associate professor, department chair, and lecturer at St. Francis College in Brooklyn, NY.

Publications

Review of Les Fauves by Barbara Crooker, Presence: A Journal of Catholic Poetry, edited by Mary Ann B. Miller, 2018.

“Nondum Cognita,” The Moon anthology, edited by Whitney Scott. TallGrass Writers Guild/Outrider Press, 2017.

“Penelope,” Grabbing the Apple: An Anthology of New York Women Poets, edited by Terri Muuss and M.J. Tenerelli. Albuquerque: JB Stillwater Publishing Company, 2016.

“Burning Angels: March 25, 1911,” stevebloompoetry.net, April 27, 2016.

“1968,” “Tiger Cages,” “Reading Elizabeth Bishop,” “To Endure Life,” “Slower Than Before” and “Prayer For My Sister,” Forge online journal, Spring 2014.

“‘Why doesn’t make any difference. It’s time you moved on faith.’: Detection, Redemption and Saving Grace,” Christianity and the Detective Story, edited by Walter Raubicheck and Anya Morland. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2013.

“Burning Angels: March 25, 1911,” Villanelles, edited by Annie Finch and Marie-Elizabeth Mali, New York and London: Everyman’s Library, January 2012 (UK) and April 2012 (USA).

“You Are Trapped in That Bright Moment Where You Learned Your Doom” and “Nondum Cognita,” Currents VII, the journal of The Seacoast Writers Association, October 2011.

“Cabinet de Travail,” California Quarterly, 34.4, Winter 2009.

“Dale Evans: Girlie-Girl With a Six-Gun,” Westerns: Paperback Novels and Movies from Hollywood, edited by Paul Varner. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007.