'Target,' via Wikimedia Commons.

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

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

He also works part-time in the Literary & Historical Manuscripts Department at The Morgan Library & Museum, 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