We look forward to seeing you this September at &Now: Points of Convergence!
Registration is now open. Please visit Ticketspice to reserve your pass and order boxed lunches.
Complete conference details, including travel, accessibility, and technology information, can be found at the conference website: andnowfestival.com.
General Inquiries: andnowfestival2019@gmail.com.
Registration questions: iasinfo@uw.edu.


Adalaide Morris

Adalaide Morris, Professor Emerita at the University of Iowa, writes on the expanded field of modern and contemporary poetics. She is the author of How to Live / What to Do: H.D.’s Cultural Poetics and has published an edited collection of essays, Sound States: Innovative Poetics and Acoustical Technologies, and a co-edited collection, New Media Poetics: Contexts, Technotexts, and Theories. Recent essays include “Forensic Listening: NourbeSe Philip’s Zong and Caroline Bergvall’s Drift,” in Dibur; “Hellocasting the Holocaust: Appropriative Poetry as an Ethical Practice,” in The Fate of Difficulty in the Poetry of Our Time; and “’Miraculous Constellations’: Countermapping and the Avant-Garde” in Poesis and Precarity. She is writing on race and politics in Nathaniel Mackey’s serial novel From a Broken Bottle Traces of Perfume Still Emanate. With Alan Golding and Lynn Keller, she edits the University of Iowa Contemporary North American Poetry Series.