About

BestPatrick Kindig currently teaches in the University Writing Program at Brandeis University. He holds a PhD in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American literature from Indiana University (2019), as well as an MA in English (IU 2015) and an MFA in poetry (IU 2017). His work has received support from the Indiana University Department of English, the Indiana University College of Arts and Sciences, and the National Society of Arts and Letters. Patrick is the author of the monograph Fascination: Trance, Enchantment, and American Modernity (LSU Press 2022), the poetry chapbook all the catholic gods (Seven Kitchens Press 2019), and the poetry micro-chapbook Dry Spell (Porkbelly Press 2016). He recently collaborated with the classical saxophonist Derek Granger on The Quarantine Variations, a creative project that combines Patrick’s words with Derek’s music. Patrick’s scholarship has appeared in Textual Practice and Arizona Quarterly and is forthcoming in Twentieth-Century Literature and GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies; his poems have appeared in Copper Nickel, Washington Square Review, Shenandoah, Columbia Poetry Review, and other journals.  He sometimes tweets: @pdkindig.

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  1. Yesterday i heard your poetry on WFIU and loved the birthday poem about marigolds. Where can I find it? i’m in Bloomington.

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  2. HI Patrick. Did you write the 2 great poems in Columbia Poetry Review, “poem in which i’m butch as fuck” and “harvest”? If so, great poems I’ll be sharing in future workshops I teach, and with friends tonight.

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  3. Patrick,
    I just read your story, “Doghearted,” in Vestal Review and wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed it, was touched by it, and how that ending ultimately kicked me in the gut … so beautiful.
    I’m a Hoosier, with IU degrees (though from far-flung campuses, LOL).
    Anyway, I look forward to reading more of your work.
    DS Levy

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