Caroline Fernelius

Caroline Fernelius writes many different kinds of things, which you may find in Storyscape Journal, Litro Magazine, The New Southern Fugitives, Middle West Review, and soon, Faultline Journal of Arts and Letters. She graduated from Duke University in 2018, where she was the recipient of an Academy of American Poets Prize. Presently, she lives in Ann Arbor, where she is a doctoral candidate in English Language & Literature at the University of Michigan. Her scholarly work seeks to understand the American literary tradition up until the First World War in conjunction with transatlantic art writing and theory. She is also at work on a book-length serial poem entitled “Still-life with Hands.”