University of Tampa Press Interviews: On Annie Palmer: An Interview with Suzanne Lynch

After the publication of our 13th edition of Studies in the Fantastic, our intern Krystal Conley interviewed Dr. Suzanne Lynch regarding her essay on Annie Palmer, also known as “The White Witch of Rosehall,” a figure of Jamaican folklore later featured in a novel by Herbert G. de Lisser. Dr. Suzanne Lynch writes about the… Continue reading University of Tampa Press Interviews: On Annie Palmer: An Interview with Suzanne Lynch

University of Tampa Press Interviews: A Conversation with Michael Lavers

By: Daleyna Abril Michael Lavers is the recipient of the 2018 Tampa Review Prize for his collection of poems, After Earth. His upcoming collection, The Inextinguishable, will be published by the University of Tampa Press in 2023. The following interview was conducted via email. Daleyna Abril: Can you share a little bit about your forthcoming collection, The Inextinguishable? Michael Lavers: I’m no… Continue reading University of Tampa Press Interviews: A Conversation with Michael Lavers

University of Tampa Press Interviews: On Dune: An Interview with Kwasu Tembo

After the publication of our 13th edition of Studies in the Fantastic, our intern Krystal Conley interviewed Dr. Kwasu Tembo regarding his review of the latest cinematic adaptation of Dune. Krystal wanted to know what inspired Dr. Tembo to write this “review essay,” a new form for the journal, somewhat between an informal opinion review and a formal research article.   The… Continue reading University of Tampa Press Interviews: On Dune: An Interview with Kwasu Tembo

University of Tampa Press Interviews: A Conversation with Keith Kopka

By: Daleyna Abril Keith Kopka is the recipient of the 2019 Tampa Review Prize for his collection of poems, Count Four (University of Tampa Press, 2020). The following interview was conducted via email. Daleyna Abril: In his review of Count Four, Adrian Matejka describes your poems as “both complicit in and aware of masculinity—how easily it damages, how quickly it becomes a smudged… Continue reading University of Tampa Press Interviews: A Conversation with Keith Kopka