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Andrew Rimby is a Ph.D. Candidate and queer activist at Stony Brook University researching 19th-century literature from a queer transatlantic perspective. He is the 2019 inaugural recipient of the Guiliano Global Fellowship, a 2019-2020 Public Humanities Fellow, and recently a Spring 2022 IDEA Grad Fellow. He is the Executive Director of The Ivory Tower Boiler Room, a Public Humanities podcast that features literary and artistic interviews. He is the Curator of the Whitman Tane Library for the Walt Whitman Initiative where he also serves as a board member. He is the Associate Editor for the literary magazine, the Watchung Review. He recently published "Talking Back to Walt Whitman" in Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies, and he currently is writing "Walt Whitman and Queer Theory" for the reference series Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism, published by Gale.
Instagram: @andrewdavidrimby; Twitter: @AndrewDRimby