Bradley J. Fest teaches literature at the University of Pittsburgh. At present he is working on The Nuclear Archive: American Literature Before and After the Bomb, a book investigating the relationship between nuclear and information technology in twentieth and twenty-first century American literature. His articles have appeared or are forthcoming in boundary 2, The b2 Review, Critical Quarterly, and Studies in the Novel; he has published essays in David Foster Wallace and “The Long Thing”: New Essays on the Novels (2014) and in The Silence of Fallout: Nuclear Criticism in a Post-Cold War World (2013). He has also published an interview with J. Hillis Miller in boundary 2. His poems have appeared in The After Happy Hour Review, BathHouse, Flywheel, PELT, PLINTH, Open Thread, Spork (also here and here), The 2River View, and elsewhere. His first volume of poetry, The Rocking Chair, is forthcoming from Blue Sketch Press. Further information, including his CV, articles, presentations, and teaching materials can be found here.