Eileen G’Sell

Eileen G’Sell is a poet and culture critic with regular contributions to Salon, VICE, Hyperallergic, the Boston Review, and Conduit, among other publications. In 2019 she was nominated for the national Rabkin prize for arts journalism. Her first full-length volume of poetry, Life After Rugby, was published in 2018. She currently teaches composition and film at Washington University in St. Louis, and creative writing for the Prison Education Project at Missouri Eastern Correctional Center.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

White Fear, Black Grief, and the Horrors of Being Put in a Box: A Conversation with “Luce” Filmmaker Julius Onah and Actor Kelvin Harrison Jr.
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