'Target,' via Wikimedia Commons.

Casey Michael Henry recently received his Ph.D. in English Literature from The Graduate Center of the City University of New York.

Currently, he is serving as a Andrew W. Mellon Foundation-endowed Fellow at CUNY's Center for the Humanities.

He also works part-time as an archivist for Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, and as a freelance writer and editor.

Email: caseymhenry@gmail.com
Twitter: @caseymhenry

Recent Work:

-"The Vibrating Wire: Nicholson Baker's Vox and the Art of Analog." Journal of Modern Literature 39.2 (2016): 20-38.

-"Sudden Awakening to the Fact That the Mischief Is Irretrievably Done”: Epiphanic Structure in David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest." Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 56.5 (2015): 480-502.

-"Apocalypse of the Vanities," Review of Mark Doten's The Infernal (Graywolf), The Brooklyn Rail

-"How Dennis Cooper Turns GIFs into Fiction," The New Yorker *
*Featured on Paris Review Daily, Lit Hub Daily , Lambda Literary, and Electric Literature

-Staff Picks: Straight Outta Compton dir. by F. Gary Gray, The Paris Review Daily

-Staff Picks: Andy Warhol by Wayne Koestenbaum, The Paris Review Daily

-Staff Picks: The Bell Tolls for No One by Charles Bukowski, The Paris Review Daily

-"Strange and Unusual Bodies," Review of Jeff Jackson's Mira Corpora (Two Dollar Radio), The Brooklyn Rail

-"Et Tu, Too?: Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly and the Revival of Black Postmodernism," The Los Angeles Review of Books *
*Essay included in Malpaso Ediciones's Spanish translation of David Foster Wallace and Mark Costello's "Signifying Rappers," "Signifying Rappers: rap y raza en la época urbana," out late 2016.

-Staff Picks: The Tribe dir. by Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy, The Paris Review Daily

-Staff Picks: The Bret Easton Ellis Podcast, The Paris Review Daily

-Staff Picks: Woodcutters by Thomas Bernhard, The Paris Review Daily

-Staff Picks: A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence dir. by Roy Andersson, The Paris Review Daily

-Syllabus for "The Literature of Obsolescence," Bookforum

-Staff Picks: A Brief History of New Music by Hans Ulrich Obrist, The Paris Review Daily

-Review of No Other (Sator Press) by Mark Gluth, Rain Taxi Review of Books