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Visiting Professor in Creative Writing
Oklahoma State University at Stillwater
2010-2011

Emeritus Professor of English


The University of Nebraska at Kearney


The Distinguished
Paul W. Reynolds
and
Clarice Kingston Reynolds


Endowed Chair in English
(1997-2007)

 

I. ACADEMIC RANK
Professor (Emeritus Professor of English)


II. EDUCATION 

Bowling Green, Creative Writing; 1977, Master of Fine Arts

State University (Poetry)

Siena Heights College, English; 1974, B.A.

 

III. PROFESSIONAL HISTORY 

Poet-In-Residence, Xavier University (New Orleans), 1979-82

Instructor of English

Editor and Co-Founder, Xavier Review

Associate Professor, University of North Carolina, 1987

Tenured, Wilmington

Full Professor, Southern Connecticut, 1993

Tenured, State University

Outstanding Scholarship and Research Faculty Award
University of Nebraska at Kearny
2003

Faculty Scholar Award, Southern Connecticut State University
1991

The Best American Poetry 2003
"The Vagrant Hours"
Scribner's

The Best American Poetry 2000
"We Did Not Fear The Father"
Scribner's

IV. COURSES TAUGHT 

Composition, Advanced Composition,
Developmental English; Introduction to
Creative Writing:  Poetry and Fiction;
Advanced Creative Writing:  Poetry and
Fiction; Honors World Literature;
Foundations of Creative Writing:  Poetry,
Fiction, and Drama, The Harlem
Renaissance, Twentieth Century British
and American Literature; Introduction,
Intermediate, and Advanced Creative
Writing: Poetry, Graduate Poetry
Workshops: I and II, Contemporary
Poetics, Creative Writing for Public
School Teachers, Graduate Seminar
in Prosody, Graduate Seminar in Poetry.

V. GRANTS
(University of Nebraska at Kearney)

Reynolds Writers and Readers: $100,000 (1997-2007)

The Workers: $1,000 (1998)

The Poet's Craft: $2,000 (1998)

Frank Conroy: $750.00 (1998)

Genetic Criticism: $965.00 (1999)

The Workers: $5,243 (1999)

Summer Grant Writing Stipend: $1,500 (2000)