Taylor Hagood: Writer, Lecturer, Professor Taylor Hagood: Writer, Lecturer, Professor
Writer - Lecturer - Scholar - Professor


Upcoming Appearances

Article on Brett Halliday Published

New Orleans: City of Mystery and Intrigue

For lovers of classic Florida crime fiction, check out my article on the front page of the Accent section in the November 11 Sunday Edition of the Palm Beach Post . Entitled, "The long-forgotten writer of Florida noir," it discusses the writing of Brett Halliday.
An entertaining look at the well-known and not-so-well-known history of the Crescent City. Osher Lifelong Learning Institute-Boca Raton, FL. December 6, 3:30-5:00 pm/
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"Faulkner" Review Essay Published

Florida Noir

Starting with the recently-published 2017 edition of American Literary Scholarship , published by Duke University Press, Taylor is publishing the annual review essay of Faulkner scholarship.
This 4-week lecture series examines crime writers in south Florida. Osher Lifelong Learning Institute-Jupiter, FL. November 19, 26 and December 3, 10. 2:30-4:00 pm/
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New Article Published in French Journal

Out now: a new article entitled “The Rural in As I Lay Dying” in “The Wagon Moves”: New Essays on William Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying, a special issue of the French journal Cycnos (34.2 (2018): 15-32). This issue was edited by Frédérique Spill, Gérald Préher, and Mari Liénard-Yeterian.

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