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Zach Linge

Assistant Professor, English


110 Lux Hall

(919) 760-8358


Zach Linge is a visiting assistant professor and a freelance consultant, who works at the intersections of language and technology. Linge’s recent publications appear in The Atlantic, Humanities, Ploughshares, Poetry, and elsewhere. Linge holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in English from the University of Texas and a doctoral degree in creative writing from Florida State University.


“Everett’s Nondiscrete Capital of Self,” American Literature Association 34th Annual Conference

“Love and Sensuality in Contemporary International Poetry,” Other Words Annual Conference

“Hypernarrative Fourierism in Everett’s Stories,” American Literature Association 28th Annual Conference

“Theory of/and Original Writing After Deconstruction.” «Écritures déliées.» Colloque International, Université de Rouen

“The Body Out of Place: Reading Percival Everett through Sara Ahmed,” American Literature Association 27th Annual Conference


Bergman Poetry Prize, judged by Nobel Prize-winner Louise Glück, Finalist

Kenyon Review Writers Workshop Scholar

Sewanee Review Writer’s Workshop, Tennessee Williams Scholar



“Network Temporality in Percival Everett’s Poetry,” Humanities

“Reading the Hype about Hyper into Percival Everett,” African American Review

“The Body Out of Place: Reading Percival Everett through Sara Ahmed,” [Inter]sections


“Sophomores,” Ploughshares

“Bring the OJ,” The Atlantic

“Every Song You’d Play While High Is Haunted Now,” Court Green

“Branches,” New England Review

“Fingers on a Gay Man,” Poetry


Another Last Call: Poems on Addiction & Deliverance, Sarabande Books

Dream of the River, Jacar Press

Best New Poets

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