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Dora Malech and Kosiso Ugwueze on The Hopkins Review's bold future

Dora Melech and Kosiso Ugwueze, The Hopkins Review

Our guests this week are The Hopkins Review's Dora Malech and Kosiso Ugweuze. They joined us to talk about the literary journal's recent dramatic redesign, accompanying new website, and what's in store for the publication's bright future.

Dora Malech an associate professor in the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins University and the new editor-in-chief of The Hopkins Review. She has written four books of poetry: Flourish (Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2020), Stet (Princeton University Press, 2018), Say So (Cleveland State University Poetry Center, 2011), and Shore Ordered Ocean (2009). With Laura T. Smith, she is the co-editor of The American Sonnet: An Anthology of Essays and Poems, forthcoming from the University of Iowa Press in 2022.

Kosiso Ugwueze is a Pushcart Prize-nominated writer and editor. She was born in Enugu, Nigeria and raised in Southern California. Her short stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Joyland, Gulf Coast, Subtropics, and the New England Review, among others. Kosiso is an MFA candidate in the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins University, where she’s the managing editor of The Hopkins Review.

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