Terri Coleman

Terri Coleman is a graduate student of English Literature at Eastern Illinois University, where she also teaches first year composition as a TA. Her current scholarly projects include examinations of Toni Morrison’s Beloved in the context of American debates on abortion and personhood, reflections on the place of graduate students of color in writing centers at predominately white institutions, and investigations of post-Katrina New Orleanians and their performative identities on social media. As much as she’s bout that blackademic life, she’s also really into ratchetness and pluralizing with the letter z. And Beyoncé (because: surfboardt).

Terri’s article, “Quiet Success: Revolution in Never Let Me Go,” appears in albeit 1.2: Failure.