Mark Cirino is Associate Professor of English and Melvin M. Peterson Endowed Chair of English at the University of Evansville
Mark Cirino is the author and editor of six books about Ernest Hemingway. He serves as the General Editor for Kent State University Press’s “Reading Hemingway” series, for which he wrote the volume on Across the River and into the Trees (2016). His forthcoming book is the edited volume, Hemingway and Italy: 21st-Century Perspectives (UP of Florida 2017). He is the co-editor of the essay collections Hemingway’s Spain: Imagining the Spanish World (Kent State UP 2015) and Ernest Hemingway and the Geography of Memory (Kent State 2010). His most recent book is Hidden Hemingway: Inside the Ernest Hemingway Archives of Oak Library. He the author of two novels, Name the Baby (Anchor 1998) and Arizona Blues (Rogner & Bernhard 2000). His fiction has been published in Drunken Boat, and his scholarly work has been published in The Hemingway Review, The Mailer Review, Papers on Language and Literature, Voices in Italian Americana, and PMLA. He taught creative writing and literature at NYU, and is now teaching at the University of Evansville.