Alison Armstrong’s involvement with Anglo-Irish literature has resulted in a literary cooking, The Joyce of Cooking (Station Hill Press, 1986) and a volume of textual scholarship, “The Herne’s Egg” by W.B. Yeats: the Manuscript Materials (Cornell University Press, 1993). Her essays, stories, poetry, and reviews have appeared in various publications, including American Arts Quarterly, BOMB, Exquisite Corpse, Sea Kayaker, Notre Dame Review, PN Review. Recent titles published with Xlibris are Gazelle: 9 Monologues (2017; 2018), Pentimenti: Selected Memoirs (2018), Healing Fictions: Assorted Essays on Literature & Art (2018), and Two Fables (2020). She teaches in the Humanities Department at School of Visual Arts in Manhattan.