Jason S POLLEY, Dr

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American literature, comics nonfiction, experimental criticism, Indian English fiction, literatures in Englishes


Jason S Polley is associate professor of English at Hong Kong Baptist University. His research interests include Indian English fiction, experimental criticism, literary journalism, critical pedagogy, comics, SF, Stephen King, and Hong Kong Studies. He has articles on John Banville, District 9, Jane Smiley, Watchmen, Wong Kar-wai, House of Leaves, Bombay Fever, Joel Thomas Hynes, and R. Crumb. A co-authored article on David Foster Wallace, comics, and multimodality is forthcoming. He’s co-editor of the volumes Poetry in Pedagogy (2021) and Cultural Conflict in Hong Kong (2018). His monograph is Jane Smiley, Jonathan Franzen, Don DeLillo: Narratives of Everyday Justice (2011). He has two creative nonfiction books: Cemetery Miss You (2011) and Refrain (2010). He contributes sporadically to both Voice & Verse and Cha.


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  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being
  • SDG 10 - Reduced Inequalities


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