Profile: Scott D. Yarbrough
Chair and Professor, English Department
Scott D. Yarbrough is the co-author of A Practical Introduction to Literary Study (Longman, 2004). He earned his PhD from the University of Alabama and his MA from Florida State University. He has recently published articles on Cormac McCarthy ("The Intertextual Suttree: Walker Percy, Cummings, and Community" in The Southern Literary Journal, Spring 2013 and "Tricksters and Lightbringers in McCarthy's Post-Appalachian Novels" in Cormac McCarthy Journal, Fall 2012). He has published essays and essay reviews for Salem Press on The Fugitive Poets, Faulkner's Sartoris, Raymond Chandler's The Long Goodbye, Ron Carlson, George Saunders, David Foster Wallace, Hardboiled Detective Literature and other subjects. His scholarly and creative works have appeared in Flyway, Kakalak, OCHO, The Faulkner Journal and Southern Literary Journal, among other places, and will be included in the forthcoming volume Hemingway and Spain (Kent State UP).