Duncan Barlow

Duncan Barlow

Lecturer

ENGLISH

Dakota Hall

Phone: (605) 677-5229

Email: Duncan.Barlow@usd.edu

Website: http://www.duncanbbarlow.com

Bio:

duncan b.barlow is the author of THE CITY, AWAKE, OF FLESH AND FUR, and SUPER CELL ANEMIA. His fiction has appeared in The Denver Quarterly, The Collagist, Banango Street, The Apeiron Review, Calamari Press, and Meat for Tea. He is currently revising three novels and working on two critical essays about the abject in horror cinema. He is the publisher at Astrophil Press and the managing editor at South Dakota Review. Before teaching, duncan played in punk and indie bands, releasing over 25 records and touring North America and Europe.


Teaching Interests:

Creative Writing, Publishing, Horror Film, Franz Kafka, Literature of the Absurd, Contemporary Fiction, and Critical Theory.


Research Interests:

Creative Writing, Publishing, Horror Film, Franz Kafka, Literature of the Absurd, Contemporary Fiction, and Critical Theory.


Education:

  • Ph D, English, University of Denver, 2007
  • MFA, Prose, Naropa University, 2002
  • BA, English, University of Louisville, 1996

Publications:

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  • Barlow, Duncan. As Wide, as Deep: a heart and a hole by Duncan Barlow. In Word Riot, edited by kevin o cuinn , 1. Vol. Summer 2017. Word Riot, 2017.
  • Barlow, Duncan. Ghosts of Many Worlds: A Review of Jac Jemc's "The Grip of It". Edited by Tobias Carroll, 5. Iss. Summer 2017. Brooklyn, New York: Volume 1 Brooklyn, 2017.
  • Barlow, Duncan. "A Book Trapped In Thought": A Review of M. Kitchell's "Hour of the Wolf". Edited by Tobias Carroll, 5. Iss. Spring 2017. Brooklyn, New York: Volume 1 Brooklyn, 2017.
  • Barlow, Duncan. ISSUE 12 In the Swamp Between the Cities and The Shore, a Girl. In story, edited by Moriah Howell, Jerilynn Aquino, 11. Iss. 12. Philadelphia, Penn: Tinge Magazine, 2017.
  • barlow, duncan b.. The City, Awake, 280. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Stalking Horse Press, 2017.
  • Barlow, Duncan. Of Flesh and Fur. In Book, 35. The Cupboard Pamphlet, 2016.
  • Barlow, Duncan. The World Dimmed. Edited by Heather Momyer, 5. Iss. 9. Dilijan: Masque and Spectacle, 2016.
  • Barlow, Duncan. Motherless Childern Are Pure Crow: A Review of Max Porter's GRIEF IS THE THING WITH FEATHERS. Edited by Tobias Carroll. Vol. Summer 2016. Brooklyn, New York: Vol 1. Brooklyn, 2016.
  • Barlow, Duncan. As He Plays, Darkness Rising: A Review of Rikki Ducornet's BRIGHTFELLOW. Edited by Tobias Carroll. Vol. Summer 2016. Brooklyn, New York: Vol 1. Brooklyn, 2016.
  • Barlow, Duncan. Nonconcentric. Edited by Randall Brown. Rosemont, PA: Matter Press, 2016.
  • Barlow, Duncan. "The Light for Both of Us". In Journal, edited by Rachel Hyman and Justin Carter, 15. Detroit, MI: Banango Street, 2016.
  • Barlow, Duncan. A Story Told With Striking Language and Visceral Detail: A Review of Cynan Jones's "Everything I Found on the Beach". Edited by Tobias Carrol. Vol. Spring 2016. Brooklyn, New York: Vol 1. Brooklyn, 2016.
  • Barlow, Duncan. Some Dark Eden Where Characters Grow": A Review of Brian Evenson's "A Collapse of Horses. Edited by Tobias Carrol. Vol. 2016, Iss. 2/3. Brooklyn, New York: Brooklyn Vol 1. , 2016.
  • Barlow, Duncan. "Vignettes Rife With a Sense of the Fantastic": A Review of Valeria Luiselli's THE STORY OF MY TEETH. Edited by Tobias Carrol. Vol. Spring 2016, Iss. Spring 2016. Brooklyn, New York: Brooklyn Vol 1. , 2016.
  • Barlow, Duncan. "The Burden of Expectations:" A Review of Paul Metcalf's GENOA. Edited by Tobas Carroll. Vol. September 2015. Brooklyn, New York: Volume 1 Brooklyn, 2015.
  • Barlow, Duncan. "A Riddle That's Never Meant to be Solved:" A Review of Gregory Howard's HOSPICE. Edited by Tobas Carroll. Vol. September 2015. Brooklyn, New York: Volume 1 Brooklyn, 2015.
  • Barlow, Duncan. Between the Colloquial and the Academic:" A Review of Selah Saterstrom's SLAB.. Edited by Tobas Carroll. Vol. Spring 2015. Brooklyn, New York: Volume 1 Brooklyn, 2015.
  • Barlow, Duncan. Phone Etiquette. In The Denver Quarterly, edited by Laird Hunt, 20. Vol. 49, Iss. 3. Denver, CO: The Denver Quarterly, 2015.
  • Barlow, Duncan. All These Birds. Edited by Blake Butler, 5. The Fanzine.
  • Barlow, Duncan, and Lee, Thaniel. The Stalking House. Edited by Thaniel Lee, 50. louisville, Ketnucky: Humanhood.
  • Barlow, Duncan. What Strange Song is This. Edited by Caleb Sarvis. Iss. 07. Jacksonville, Florida: Bridge Eight.
  • Barlow, Duncan. A Dog Between Us. In Book, edited by James Reich, 220. Santa Fe, NM: Stalking Horse Press.
  • Barlow, Duncan. The Unintended Consequences of Utterances. The Collagist.

Awards and Honors:

  • Finalist in Schaffner Press NICHOLAS SCHAFFNER AWARD FOR MUSIC IN LITERATURE, Schaffner Press, 2016
  • Semi-Finalist, University of Colorado Press, 2015
  • Kentucky Colonel, Commonwealth of Kentucky, 2014

Presentations:

  • Barlow, Duncan. On Wonder, Multiplicity, and Exactitude: The world and an encyclopedia of the fantastic.