Kelly Sullivan is Visiting Assistant Professor in Irish literature at Glucksman Ireland House, New York University. Her recent publications include “Harry Clarke’s Modernist Gaze” in Eire-Ireland, “Derek Mahon: Letters to Iceland” in Post-Ireland? Essays on Contemporary Irish Culture (Wake Forest Press), and “Unsaid, Unsent: Letters in Kate O’Brien’s The Land of Spices”in the Irish University Review. Her book project, Epistolary Modernism, considers the use of letters in late modernist fiction and poetry as they address themes of privacy and surveillance. Her poetry pamphlet, Fell Year, was published by Green Bottle Press in 2017.