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Summer 2012 IBPC judge: Troy Jollimore!
« on: July 04, 2012, 03:22 PM »
It is my pleasure to announce that the IBPC judge for the summer months of July, August, and September 2012 is poet, philosopher, columnist and Professor of Philosophy at California State University, Chico, Troy Jollimore. His philosophy book On Loyalty (Thinking in Action) will come out while he is judging, in August of this year. As a poet, his book Tom Thomson in Purgatory, won the National Book Critics Circle award. Below you will see where his columns and poetry have appeared online. "Outstanding" is a good word to use for him, so let's begin our webography links with a couple of online bios:

California State University--Chico: Outstanding Professor--Troy Jollimore

Wikipedia: Troy Jollimore

Let's use the Powell's link to his books. After all he has blogged for Powell's.

His philosophy titles are: the upcoming On Loyalty (Thinking in Action)  (Routledge, 2012); Friendship and Agent Relative Morality (Studies in Ethics) (Garland Publishing, 2001); and Love's Vision (Princeton University Press, 2011). Google Books has a preview of the latter here: Love's Vision.

His poetry titles are: the aforementioned Tom Thomson in Purgatory (MARGIE/Intuit House, 2006); The Solipsist (Bear Star Press, 2008); and At Lake Scugog (also Princeton University Press, 2011). Google Books has a preview of two of them: Tom Thomson in Purgatory; At Lake Scugog.

You can listen to Troy online here:

KUSP's Poetry Show: Award-winning poet Troy Jollimore joins host Dennis Morton . . .

KZSU Stanford: A conversation with Troy Jollimore on his awarding winning book Tom Thomson in Purgatory, where you'll also find another good bio

Here are some of his online poems, in alphabetical order by title:

The New Yorker: At Lake Scugog

Walrus: Charlie Brown

Good Times: Lobsters

Good Times: On Location

99 Poems for the 99 Percent: The Product

Walrus: Regret

Granta: Remembered Summer

ZYZZYVA: Second Wind

The Washington Post: The Solipsist

Carol Peters: Tobekobekon

Konundrum Engine Literary Review: Tom Thomson in Doubt

Konundrum Engine Literary Review: Tom Thomson in Flanders Fields

v a l l e j o  n o c t u r n o: Tom Thomson in Limbo

Good Times: Tom Thomson Indoors

Konundrum Engine Literary Review: Tom Thomson in his office, Thursday afternoon

Konundrum Engine Literary Review: Tom Thomson in Stereo

Good Times: Want

Here are a couple of interviews with him:

ZYZZYVA: On the Subject of Truth (with a Captital T): Q&A with Troy Jollimore

Critical Mass: Who the Hell is Troy Jollimore

What's most numerous online are his essays, whether they be on philosophy, criticism, poetry, and/or whether they be reviews. Here are some:

PEA Soup: Admirable Immorality and Nonmoral Values

Barnes & Noble Review: As Consciousness Is Harnessed to Flesh: Journals and Notebooks, 1964-1980

Poetry Foundation: Beach Reading: The pleasures of Robert Hass's criticism

San Francisco Chronicle: Better living without God?

San Francisco Chronicle: 'The Cat's Table,' by Michael Ondaatje

San Francisco Chronicle: Desire for religion grows out of human experience

Chicago Tribune: "Double Shadow: Poems" by Carl Phillips

Chicago Tribune: "Every Risen Thing: Poems" by Christian Wiman

The Boston Globe: ‘Games Primates Play’ by Dario Maestripieri and ‘Darwin’s Devices’ by John Long

PEA Soup: Harry Frankfurt, Value Objectivist

Barnes & Noble Review: The Hemlock Cup

Barnes & Noble Review: The Honor Code

The Washington Post: "Human Chain," a new collection of poetry by Seamus Heaney

PEA Soup: The Importance of What’s Appropriate

Critical Mass: In Retrospect: Troy Jollimore on Don DeLillo’s "Libra"

Boston Review: Know-How

PEA Soup: Letters of Recommendation

Barnes & Noble Review: Life Sentences: Literary Judgments and Accounts

Barnes & Noble Review: Love and Capital: Karl and Jenny Marx and the Birth of a Revolution

Barnes & Noble Review: Loyalty: The Vexing Virtue

Barnes & Noble Review: The Moral Landscape

Rattle: Ommateum (with Doxology)

Barnes & Noble Review: The Origins of Political Order

Barnes & Noble Review: The Patagonian Hare

The Washington Post: Robert Pinsky’s ‘Selected Poems’ reviewed by Troy Jollimore

PEA Soup: Second Order Desert and Moral Luck

Barnes & Noble Review: The Steal: A Cultural History of Shoplifting

Walrus: Star-Crossed

PEA Soup: Terrorism and Innocence

Barnes & Noble Review: The Swerve: How the World Became Modern

The Wilson Quarterly: Transatlantic Poet

Truthdig: Troy Jollimore on God’s Evolution

Truthdig: Troy Jollimore on Karen Armstrong’s ‘The Case for God’

Truthdig: Troy Jollimore on Markets and Morality

Truthdig: Troy Jollimore on Martin Amis’ ‘The Second Plane’

Truthdig: Troy Jollimore on the God Debate

Truthdig: Troy Jollimore on Why Democracy Needs the Humanities

Here are a couple of essays on Troy Jollimore:

The Seattle Times: An emerging poet, a prime collection

Wiley Online Library: Love's Vision--By Troy Jollimore

And here he is on video:

Troy Jollimore reads Spam Cento

Troy Jollimore « Dean Young Benefit (Embedding disabled, limit reached)

Troy Jollimore reads The Solipsist at the Sacramento Poetry Center March 23, 2009 (Embedding disabled, limit reached)

Troy Jollimore reads at Bookshop West Portal Poetry Series Pt 1 (Embedding disabled, limit reached)