Hilary Holladay

Hilary Holladay

Hilary Holladay is a writer and scholar of American literature who has published books on African American literature as well as the Beat Movement. A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she earned her Ph.D., she has taught at James Madison University and the University of Massachusetts in Lowell, where she was founding director of the Jack and Stella Kerouac Cen- ter for American Studies. Her published works include Wild Bless- ings: The Poetry of Lucille Clifton, a poetry collection titled The Dreams of Mary Rowlandson, and most recently, Tipton, a novel. She has also co-edited with Robert Holton, What's Your Road Man? Critical Essays on Jack Kerouac's On the Road. She lives in Orange County, Virginia. Author Photo by: John Strader

Books by Hilary Holladay

  1. HERBERT HUNCKE