Seth Perlow

Seth Perlow is an associate teaching professor of English at Georgetown University, where he teaches American literature and media studies. His book, The Poem Electric: Technology and the American Lyric, appeared from the University of Minnesota Press in December 2018. He edited Gertrude Stein's Tender Buttons: The Corrected Centennial Edition (City Lights, 2014), which earned a Seal of Approval from the MLA Committee on Scholarly Editions. He is now working on a book about handwriting and electronics.


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Who Gets Emily Dickinson?

Harvard University believes they own Emily Dickinson's copyrights. Do they? Seth Perlow delves into the scandal of the Dickinson archive....

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