Western Michigan University Creative Writing

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— Provided the staff with updates on issue content in the poetry genre. — Managed submissions review process for associate and assistant poetry editors.

— Provided the staff with updates on issue content in the poetry genre. — Managed submissions review process for associate and assistant poetry editors.

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Contemporary Poetry, British Romanticism, Critical Theory, Poetry and Film, Comics and Comics Theory, & Horror Literature MFA Creative Writing – Poetry (2010-2013) The Ohio State University (Columbus, OH) Biblical Studies Creative Writing Fellow in Poetry (2017-Present) Emory University (Atlanta, GA) — ENGCW379W: Special Topics: Poetry & Sport (1 section) — ENGCW371RW: Intermediate Poetry (1 section) — ENGCW271W: Introduction to Poetry Writing (4 sections) Graduate Teaching Associate (2013-2017) Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, MI) — ENGL3670: Advanced Poetry: 20th Century African-American Poetry (1 section) — ENGL3210: American Literature II, 1865-Present (1 section) — ENGL2660: Writing Fiction & Poetry Workshop (2 sections) — ENGL1100: Literary Interpretation: Comics & Comics Theory (1 section) — ENGL1050: Freshman Composition (1 section) — ENGL3310 (Practicum): British Literature II, 1750-Present (1 section) — ENGL3210 (Practicum): American Literature II, 1865-Present (1 section) Graduate Teaching Associate (2010-2013) The Ohio State University (Columbus, OH) — EN367.03: Documentary & Mockumentary Film (1 section) — EN367.01: Language, Culture, & Identity in the U. Experience (1 section) — EN305: Technical Writing (1 section) — EN304: Business Writing (1 section) — EN266: Introduction to Poetry Workshop (1 section) — EN110.01: Freshman Composition (3 sections) — EN266 (Practicum): Introduction to Poetry Workshop (1 section) Poetry Faculty (2012) The Young Writers Workshop (Columbus, OH) — Introduction to Poetry: High-School Poetry Workshop (3 sections) Graduate Teaching Associate (2008-2010) University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa, AL) — EN206: British Literature II, 1750-Present (1 section) — EN102: Research & Argumentation (2 sections) — EN101: Freshman Composition (6 sections) Interim English Instructor (2007) White House Christian Academy (White House, TN) — High-School English (2 sections) — Middle-School English (3 sections) — Semifinalist, The Sunken Garden Poetry Prize (for ). — Winner, Galligan Memorial Award in American Literature, Western Michigan University. — Promoted past, current, and forthcoming contributors via journal’s social-media.

Associate Poetry Editor (2008-2009) (Tuscaloosa, AL) — Read and evaluated poetry content via print submission system.

— Attended regular staff meetings, collaborating with other poetry readers to provide recommendations to editors regarding which works to publish in the print journal.

Poets-in-Print Reading Series Coordinator (2014-2017) The Kalamazoo Book Arts Center (Kalamazoo, MI) — Organized, scheduled, marketed, and executed local community-based reading series seeking to encourage intersections between visual and literary arts, featuring such acclaimed poets as Diane Seuss, Kathy Fagan, Sarah Messer, Daniela Olszewska, Lo Kwa Mei-en, Iliana Rocha, Christopher Kempf, Rochelle Hurt, and others.

— Operated costs within allotted book arts center budgetary constraints.Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing Ph. won the 2015 Prairie Schooner Book Prize and was named a Michigan Notable Book. in fiction from Bowling Green State University and his Ph. in creative writing from Western Michigan University.— Collaborated with book arts center staff and artists to ensure creation of original, unique broadsides for each visiting author’s work.— Hired and supervised student-intern staff to work on promotion and execution of reading series events. — Corresponded with submitters and contributors regarding queries and concerns. — Collaborated with poetry co-editor to organize and proofread each issue.— Attended staff meetings, collaborating with editors to select poetry and fiction for publication in the print version of the journal.— Promoted the new journal in class to raise awareness among the student body. — Aided other genres in processing excess submissions and improving efficiency. — Finalist, The National Poetry Series Book Prize (for ). — Organized yearly poetry contest by selecting judge and contest readers.

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