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Omaar Hena is an Associate Professor of English at Wake Forest University, where he teaches courses in modern and contemporary poetry in English, postcolonial literature, and global literary studies. His publications have appeared in Contemporary Literature, The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary British and Irish Poetry, A Companion to Modernist Poetry, The Cambridge Companion to Postcolonial Poetry, and After Ireland? Essays on Contemporary Irish Poetry. His book, Global Anglophone Poetry: Literary Form and Social Critique in Walcott, Muldoon, de Kok and Nagra, was published with Palgrave's series in Modern and Contemporary Poetry and Poetics. He is currently working on a new project on contemporary Black and minority ethnic British poetry.