Hilary Holladay

Hilary HolladayA native of Virginia with degrees from the University of Virginia, the College of William and Mary, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Hilary Holladay is a professor of English and the director of the Kerouac Center for American Studies at the University of Massachusetts in Lowell. In addition to her poetry publications by Loom Press, she has published poems in a number of journals and newspapers. Her scholarly book publications include Ann Petry (Twayne, 1996) and Wild Blessings: The Poetry of Lucille Clifton (LSU Press, 2004). She is the co-editor, with Robert Holton, of a forthcoming collection of essays titled What's Your Road, Man? Critical Essays on Jack Kerouac's On the Road. In addition, she is completing a biography of the Beat Movement icon Herbert Huncke.


  • The Dreams of Mary Rowlandson

    The Dreams of Mary Rowlandson

    by Hillary Holladay

    This poetic sequence tells the story of Mary Rowlandson, the Puritan woman captured by Indians in 1676. Using epigraphs drawn from Rowlandson's own captivity narrative, The Dreams … $12.00
  • Baptism in the Merrimack (1999)

    Baptism in the Merrimack (1999)

    This chapbook-length collection of writings starts out in Lowell, Mass., and winds its way back to the author's ancestral home in Rapidan, Virginia,  along the Rapidan River. … $0.00 Currently Unavailable