Kate Falvey


Office:
» Namm Hall 527 (N-527)


Phone:
» 718.260.5388


E-mail:
» kfalvey@citytech.cuny.edu


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Kate (Ellen C.) Falvey, Associate Professor

Courses Taught:

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)

Education:

B.A., M.A., PhD, English and American Literature, concentration in American Literature, New York University

Academic Interests:

English and American Literature, specialization in 19th and early 20th century American Literature

Publications:

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

Reference Guides:

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.

Articles:

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.

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