B.A. in English, Rhodes College
M.F.A. in Poetry, University of Maryland
Michael Gossett is a first-year PhD student at St. John’s University whose research interests include contemporary poetic and ecological thought, the digital and environmental humanities, and the future of publishing. He is the program associate for the Scholarly Communications program at the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, where he works with research libraries, archives, museums, universities, presses, and arts organizations to develop grants that use digital technologies to transform how scholarly knowledge is embodied, organized, disseminated, and preserved.
His essay “Riddle” is forthcoming in the anthology A Lexicon for the Anthropocene Yet Unseen from Punctum Books in 2018.
He tweets at: @michaeljgossett