Chelsea Leu

By Chelsea Leu

In this 2018–2019 Alan Cheuse Emerging Critics Q and A series, curated by Jonathan Leal, Emerging Critics offer short takes on big questions: What makes good criticism? How might one

Hope Wabuke

By Hope Wabuke

In this 2018–2019 Alan Cheuse Emerging Critics Q and A series, curated by Jonathan Leal, Emerging Critics offer short takes on big questions: What makes good criticism? How might one

J. Howard Rosier

By Kate Belew

In this 2018–2019 Alan Cheuse Emerging Critics Q and A series, curated by Jonathan Leal, Emerging Critics offer short takes on big questions: What makes good criticism? How might one

Jonathan Leal

By Jonathan Leal

In this 2018–2019 Alan Cheuse Emerging Critics Q and A series, curated by Jonathan Leal, Emerging Critics offer short takes on big questions: What makes good criticism? How might one

Leena Soman Navani

By Leena Soman Navani

In this 2018–2019 Alan Cheuse Emerging Critics Q and A series, curated by Jonathan Leal, Emerging Critics offer short takes on big questions: What makes good criticism? How might one

Tanner Howard

By Tanner Howard

In this 2018–2019 Alan Cheuse Emerging Critics Q and A series, curated by Jonathan Leal, Emerging Critics offer short takes on big questions: What makes good criticism? How might one

Jennie Hann

By Jennie Hann

In this 2018–2019 Alan Cheuse Emerging Critics Q and A series, curated by Jonathan Leal, Emerging Critics offer short takes on big questions: What makes good criticism? How might one

Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

By Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

In this 2018–2019 Alan Cheuse Emerging Critics Q and A series, curated by Jonathan Leal, Emerging Critics offer short takes on big questions: What makes good criticism? How might one

Class of 2018

By Elizabeth Taylor

Meet This Year's Class of NBCC's Alan Cheuse Emerging Critics   Jennie Hann recently completed her Ph.D. in English at Johns Hopkins University, where she served as Associate Editor of