- "Thou Shalt Not be Cozened": Incest, Self-Reliance, and the Portioning of Gendered Bodies in the Works of Herman Melville
- Richard Hardack
- Figuring and Reconfiguring the Folk: Women and Metaphor in Part 1 of Jean Toomer's Cane
- Mindfulness and Meaning in Charles Johnson's "Dr. King's Refrigerator"
- Gena E. Chandler
- Personality and Poetic Election in the Preceptual Relationship of Emily Dickinson and Thomas Wentworth Higginson, 1862–1886
- Jason Hoppe