University of Glasgow
Katie Muth is a scholar of twentieth and twenty-first century North American literature and an independent web designer and developer. She has written on the influence of French theory in Kathy Acker’s experimental fiction, on Thomas Pynchon’s technical writing for the Boeing Company, on midcentury television writers, on millennial fiction, and on the politics of contemporary world literature. She is editor, with Lorna Burns, of the collection World Literature and Dissent (Routledge) and is researching a book about paid writing work and the postwar novel. She’s also in the middle of an appropriately sprawling digital humanities project on Pynchon’s prose.