September 24, 2021

Associate Professor Ben Gunsberg in "Jelly Bucket"

Associate Professor Ben Gunsberg's compelling sonnet, "John Henrys," was recently published in Jelly Bucket. On making "John Henrys" a sonnet, Ben notes, "its form is meant to capture the confinement one feels when consumed by work. I've loved the song and story of John Henry since I was young, but as I grow older, I question the nobility of working a body to death." Jelly Bucket seeks to "fuel...literary intersts" through "book reviews, author interviews, and insightful stories."



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