Taylor Hagood: Writer, Lecturer, Professor

Writing

Taylor Hagood's writing spans a range of genres. His latest writing has been a series of travel articles for the online magazine Throomers , and he is increasingly turning to nonfiction.

In keeping with his lifelong interest in literature, he has also published fiction and poetry in both print and online magazines. He has also written a number of reviews of poetry.

Below are links to a selection of his short articles, stories, and poetry. He has also published books of literary criticism--for a list of those click here .




Nonfiction

"Beale Street and Beyond" Throomers (February 2019)


"Bourbon Street Blues" Throomers (April 2019)

Fiction

"Sacrifices in a Red State" FRiGG Issue 48 (Fall-Winter 2016)


"Mummy" SNReview (Winter-Fall 2013)




Poetry

"Attenuated" Louisiana Literature 27.2 (2010): 39


"A Lightly Byronic Meditation" Ardent! A Journal of Poetry and Art 6.2 (2011): 7


"Frank Capra" Poetalk (Spring 2002): 29

Reviews

"The Music of Coping" (Review of Sharon Fagan McDermott's Bitter Acoustic) Cerise Press (4.11, 2012-2013)


"Would You Do That Again?" (Review of Robert Bly's Talking Into the Ear of a Donkey) Rumpus (2011)


"Denied the Work of Natural Generation" (Review of Karl Kirchwey's Mount Lebanon) Rumpus (2011)


"The Speed of Belief" (Review of Tracy K. Smith's Life on Mars) Rumpus (2011)