Holly M. Wendt
Assistant Professor of English
B.A., Lycoming College
M.A., Ohio University
Ph.D., Binghamton University
Holly M. Wendt teaches early English literature, creative writing, and first-year writing courses. Her scholarship reflects interests in Anglo-Saxon literature, most notably Beowulf and the ethos of the comitatus, and she has published both fiction and creative nonfiction on topics from sports to LGBTQIA issues. She is a recipient of the 2014 Robert and Charlotte Baron Fellowship for Creative and Performing Artists and Writers from the American Antiquarian Society and a 2013 fellowship from the Jentel Artist Residency Program.
Wendt, H. M. (2016). Elephant graveyards. Barrelhouse 15, 30-42.
Wendt, H. M. (2016). Philadelphia Phillies. Baseball Prospectus, 371-374.
Wendt, H. M. (2014, Summer). What is here inserted comes from a credible hand. Memorious, 24.
Wendt, H. M. (2015, March). 'Breme Beowulf' and 'Inclite Pelgai': Colonizing the comitatus. The CEA Critic, 77(1), 39-57.
Wendt, H. M. (2015, May). The rogers ladder. Gulf Stream, 13.
Wendt, H. M. (2015, October). Coyotes of Chicago. Whiskeypaper, 23.
Wendt, H. M. (2015, Winter). Ghostie on third. Sport Literate, 9(1), 100-107.
Wendt, H. M. (2014, August). Weight and bamboo. Festival Writer.
Wendt, H. M. (2014, February). Chapter one. Classical Magazine, 32-39.
Wendt, H. M. (2014, November 4). Leaving early. The Rumpus.