Professor of English Melanie Conroy Goldman Hamilton has a new piece of writing published on McSweeney’s Internet Tendency.
“Kin Euphorics Social Tonic,” a review of a beverage that promises to simulate the pleasant feelings of an alcoholic drink without the unpleasant side effects like a hangover, is featured in the “Reviews of New Food” section of the daily humor website.
Hamilton, who also serves at the director of the Trias Residency for Writers, has had her work published in multiple literary journals and anthologies, including Columbia Review, StoryQuarterly and the Seneca Review. She joined the Hobart and William Smith faculty in 2002.
Read Hamilton’s full piece here.