Andrew Mossin received his M.A. in Creative Writing and Ph.D. in English from Temple. His books include two volumes of poetry, The Epochal Body (Singing Horse Press 2004) and The Veil (Singing Horse Press 2008), and a collection of essays, Male Subjectivity and Poetic Form in "New American" Poetry (Palgrave 2010). His writing and research interests include American poetry and poetics of the late twentieth century, the lasting cultural impact of Greek mythology, and contemporary theory. Before joining the Intellectual Heritage Program, Mossin served as faculty at Princeton University and the University of Pennsylvania. Primarily focused on creative work in recent years, Mossin is actively seeking publication of a memoir and a book of poetry.