Kenyon Review appoints new editor

by Matt Colburn

April 28, 2020

Gambier, OH

The Kenyon Review has appointed its first black female editor (and first black editor period): Nicole Terez Dutton.

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Nicole Terez Dutton is also the second woman to serve as editor.

A look at Kenyon Review editors-in-chief over the years:

1939-1959 – John Crowe Ransom
1959- 1967 – Robie Macauley
1967 – George Lanning
1967-1969 – George Lanning and Ellington White
1969-1978 – not active
1978-1982 – Ronald Sharp and Frederick Turner
1982 – Philip Church, Galbraith Miller Crump, Woodham Daniel and William Klein
1982 -1987 – Philip Church and Galbraith Miller Crump
1987-1990 – T.R. Hummer
1990-1994 – Marilyn Hacker
1994-2020 – David Lynn
2020-present – Nicole Terez Dutton

Source:

“A Brief History of The Kenyon Review” by Tom Stamp. 2010.

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