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ENG092 W, ENG092R,ENG100, ENG121, ENG200, ENG3773, ENG3404 (Developmental Writing, Composition 1 and II, Advanced Technical Writing, Perspectives in Literature, Gothic and Supernatural Literatue, Literature of Illness and Care)
B.A., M.A., PhD, English and American Literature, concentration in American Literature, New York University
English and American Literature, specialization in 19th and early 20th century American Literature
Poetry in a variety of magazines, among them: Memoir(and), Inscribed, Hoboeye, Umbrella, The Mom Egg, Women Writers, Literary Mama, CRIT, the Aroostook Review. Big Pond Rumour, Subliminal Interiors, Danse Macabre, Hospital Drive, Red Line Blues, Hearing Voices; forthcoming in Italian Americana and Saxifrage
Articles and chapters in numerous reference guides, among them: The Student's Companion to American Literary Characters;the Encyclopedia of African American Women Writers; Ireland and the Americas: Culture, Politics and History; Women in Science Fiction and Fantasy; A Critical Companion to Henry James; The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Multiethnic American Literature; The Encyclopedia of Asian American Literature. The Greenwood Encyclopedia of African American Literature; Encyclopedia of Motherhood, Companion to the British Short Story; and LGBTQ Today.
Scholarly articles on Edward Albee, Gwendolyn Brooks, and New Orleans writer Grace King; edited and wrote introductions for editions of short stories: Sui Sin Far's Mrs. Spring Fragrance and Grace King's Balcony Stories (both for Rowman and Littlefield); Work for children includes articles in Cobblestone's Appleseeds magazine.
Current Projects and affiliations:
Editor in chief of the 2 Bridges Review, a literary arts journal; editorial board member of the Bellevue Literary Review, "a journal of humanity and human experience" produced through NYUs Langone Medical Center.
An article on "To Kill a Mockingbird" (Scarecrow Press); a book on Grace King (under consideration at LSU press); collection of poetry; YA and children's novels; and starting a literary journal here at City Tech.