Dr Holly Luhning
Holly Luhning is a Lecturer in Creative Writing. Prior to coming to Surrey, she was a Leverhulme Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Chichester and held a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRCC) post-doctoral fellowship at McGill University.
Creative writing (poetry and prose), theories of the body, eighteenth-century literature, Eliza Haywood, print culture
Surrey New Writers Festival coordinatorPersonal Tutor coordinator
Quiver. (novel). Toronto: HarperCollins Canada, February 2011; New York: Pegasus Books, July 2011.
Sway. (poetry) Saskatoon: Thistledown Press, 2003.
“Bodies in Culture: Eliza Haywood and Love in Excess.” Women in Fashion. Ed. Tiffany Potter. Toronto: U of Toronto Press.
Academic Journal Articles
“Entertainment and Didacticism: Eliza Haywood's The Unequal Conflict and Fatal Fondness.” Lumen, Canadian Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies, volume 30, 2010. 161-174.
“Disability and the Disenfranchised in Eliza Haywood's The Rash Resolve.” Age of Johnson, AMS Press, volume 20, 2010. 173-91.
“A Crafted Debut: Haywood's Love in Excess and the Literary Marketplace.” Lumen, Canadian Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies, volume 29, 2009. 97-110.
“Manacles of Madness: Eliza Haywood's The Distress'd Orphan; or, Love in a Madhouse.” eSharp, University of Glasgow, issue 8, Autumn 2006.
Eliza Haywood and Love in Excess, In: Potter T (eds.), Women, Popular Culture and The Eighteenth Century 8 pp. 150-167 University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division