Jean-Thomas Tremblay

Jean-Thomas Tremblay is assistant professor of 20th- and 21st-century American fiction and film at New Mexico State University. Their writing has appeared in CriticismPost45Women & PerformanceNew Review of Film and Television StudiesCritical InquiryPublic BooksArcade, and Chicago Review. They are writing a book on the aesthetics and politics of breathing in contemporary screen, performance, and literary cultures.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Stories of New Narrative

Jean-Thomas Tremblay reviews "Writers Who Love Too Much: New Narrative 1977-1997," edited by Dodie Bellamy and Kevin Killian....


Being Black and Breathing: On “Blackpentecostal Breath”
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