CV in Google Doc (This is typically more up-to-date): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TByxrDegJzRchFQq7X71lGS9dAV27iZ9OLR2K2q69ikiM/edit?usp=sharing

 

Academic Appointments 

 

Assistant Professor of English
Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Fall 2016-Present

Visiting Assistant Professor of English
Ohio University Zanesville, Zanesville, Ohio, Fall 2015-Summer 2016

Claude Kantner Research Fellow
English Department, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, Spring 2014-Spring 2015

Assistant Director of Composition
English Department, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, Spring 2012-Spring 2014.

Graduate Teaching Associate
English Department, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, Fall 2010-Spring 2015.

Instructor of English
Ohio University Upward Bound, Athens, Ohio, Summer 2011. Graduate Teaching Associate English Departm

 

Education

 

Ph.D., English, Rhetoric & Composition
English Department, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, 2010-2015.
Dissertation: “Teaching Wikipedia: The Pedagogy and Politics of an Open Access Writing Community.” Defended February 26, 2015
Awarded Oustanding Teaching Associate
Awarded Claude Kanter Research Fellowship, 2014-205 academic year.

M.A., English, Literature
English Department, Morehead State University, Morehead, Kentucky, 2008-2010.
Awarded Outstanding Graduate Student, 2009-2010.
Thesis: The Figure of Aporia in the Works of Coleridge, Tennyson, and Stevens.

M.F.A., Creative Writing, Poetry
English Department, Spalding University, Louisville, Kentucky, 2006-2008.
AWP Intro Award Nominee.
Reviewer for The Louisville Review. Fall 2007-Spring 2008.
Thesis: “The Willow and the Redbud: Poems.”

 

Publications 

 

Peer-Reviewed Articles & Essays

“Hacking Hetero/Normative Logics: Queer Feminist Media Praxis in Wikipedia.” With Keon Pettiway. Technoculture 7 (2017). Web.

“Writing Theory for the Multimajor Professional Writing Course.” With Matthew Nunes. Pedagogy 18.1 (2018). Print. Forthcoming.

“Women Writing in Digital Spaces: Engaging #Gamergate and Twine in the Gender Studies-Composition Course.” with Sarah Einstein. Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. Blog Carnival 6: Gaming and Social Justice. 7 May 2015.

 “Archive 2.0: What Composition Students and Academic Libraries Can Gain from Digital-Collaborative Pedagogies.” Composition Studies. Spring, 2014.

“Queer the Tech: Genderfucking and Anti-Consumer Activism in Social Media.” Harlot: A Revealing Look at the Arts of Persuasion. Spring, 2014.

“Integrating Special Collections into the Composition Classroom: A Case Study of Collaborative Digital Curriculum.” with Sara Harrington. Research Library Issues. Spring, 2013.

“Composing with Wikipedia: A Classroom Study of Online Writing.” Computers and Composition Online. Fall, 2012.

 

Under Review or Preparation

“Teaching Wikipedia: Cultural Politics, Appalachian Rhetoric, and Writing Pedagogy.” College English. Under Review.

“Critical Digital Praxis in Wikipedia: The Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon.” Hybrid Pedagogy. Under Review.

“The Wikipedia Edit-a-thon for Critical Information Literacy and Public Service.” Library Service Learning Success Stories. Eds. Theresa McDevitt and Caleb Finnegan. Press TBD.

 

Edited Textbook

Readings on Writing. 2nd ed. with Albert Rouzie and John Whicker. Van Griner, Spring, 2013.

 

Editorials & Commentaries

“Wiki Edu and Digital Humanities: Pedagogy that Works.” WikiEdu. Wiki Education Foundation. October 26, 2015.

“Wikipedia’s Gender Problem and What We’re Doing About It (Part II).” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. April 29, 2015.

“Wikipedia’s Gender Problem and What We’re Doing About It.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. April 8, 2015.

“Indigenous Knowledge and Wikipedia’s Enlightenment Problem.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. February 25, 2015. 

“Revisit Last Night’s Twitter #DRCchat: A Storify Round-up of ‘Education in the Cloud – Perspectives, Challenges, & Strategies for Teaching Online'” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. December 19, 2014.

“DRC Wiki Feature Spotlight: Websites & Journals.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. December 10, 2014.

“Literary Citizenship in Wikipedia, Part 2.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. December 3, 2014.

“WordPress as Learning Management System (LMS).” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. November 25, 2014.

“Literary Citizenship in Wikipedia.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. November 5, 2014.

“Revisit Last Night’s Twitter #DRCchat: A Storify Round-up of ‘Beyond a Single Language/Single Modality approach to Writing.'” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. October 28, 2014.

“An Inside Look at Kairos’ PraxisWiki: A Conversation with Dundee Lackey.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. October 22, 2014.

“A Celebration of Wikis Across the Web.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. October 8, 2014.

“Using Wikipedia’s History Function To Teach Writing Process.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. October 1, 2014.

“Wiki Wednesdays Are Back.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. September 24, 2014.

Games

DRC Wiki Quest. with Brenta Blevins. Digital Rhetoric Collaborative.University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. May 20, 2015.

Brochures

“Theories: Wikipedia and the Production of Knowledge.” with Char Booth, Ryan McGrady, Diana Strassman, Wiki Education Foundation. July 2015.

CFPs

“Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Wiki CFP – Call for Participation.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. November 12, 2014.

Show Your Work: Interrogating Research Methodologies for Digital Rhetorics and Humanities.” Kairos PraxisWiki. July, 2015.

Reviews

“Webtext of the Month: ‘Let Me Queer My Throat'” Rev. of “Let Me Queer My Throat: Queer Rhetorics of Negotiation: Marriage Equality and Homonormativity,” by Hillery Glasby. Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. November 18, 2014.

 

 

Wikipedia Teaching and Editing

 

Wikipedia User Page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Matthewvetter

Wikipedia Education Program Instructor Profile: https://dashboard.wikiedu.org/users/Matthewvetter

 

Edit-a-thons

Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon at Indiana University of Pennsylvania: 

https://outreachdashboard.wmflabs.org/courses/Stapleton_Library,_Indiana_University_of_Pennsylvania/IUP_Art_and_Feminism_Edit-a-Thon/home

http://libraryguides.lib.iup.edu/c.php?g=631895

Alden Library Edit-a-thon at Ohio University https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Meetup/Athens_Ohio/Ohio_University/Alden_Library_Edit-a-thon

 

Course Pages

“Multicultural Rhetorical Traditions.” Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Wikipedia Education Program. Spring, 2017.

“Advanced Composition.” Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Wikipedia Education Program. Fall, 2016.

“Digital Rhetorics and Literacies.” Ohio University Zanesville. Wikipedia Education Program. Spring, 2016.

“Women and Writing: Women Writing in Digital Spaces.” Wikipedia Education Program. Spring, 2015.

“Creative Nonfiction Workshop: Literary Citizenship.” (Campus Volunteer). Course Instructor: Sarah Einstein. Wikipedia Education Program. Fall, 2014.

“Writing & Rhetoric II: Writing in Wikipedia.”  Ohio University. Wikipedia Education Program. Summer II, 2014.

“Writing & Rhetoric II: Composing in the Digital Age: New Texts, New Literacies.” Ohio University. Wikipedia Education Program. Spring Quarter, 2012.

 

Articles, Created

“Sarah Einstein.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 15 Oct. 2014. Web. 19 Oct. 2014.

“Harriet Malinowitz.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 12 Oct. 2014. Web. 19 Oct. 2014.

“Hollis Summers.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 15  March 2011. Web. 19 Oct. 2014.

 

Articles, Edited (Select)

“Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 16 Oct. 2014.

“Vernon Alden.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 4 Feb. 2012.

“Anxiety.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 22 Jan. 2012.

“Occupy Movement.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 29 Nov. 2011. 

“Aporia.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 8 March 2011. Web. 

 

See Complete Contributions: 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Contributions/Matthewvetter

 

Original Digital & New Media Projects

 

Wikipedia Initiative for Rhetoric and Composition Studies 
A website initiative to encourage and support development of Wikipedia articles that deal with articles related to Rhetoric and Writing Studies topics, WIRCS came about through the support of a 2013 Pearson Emerging Pedagogies Research and Travel Grant.

Ohio University Academic Technologies Video Interview
Discussion of online encyclopedia Wikipedia and the opportunities for writing pedagogy it provides. Interview also features a former student Kyle Ranally discussing his experience working on a Wikipedia project. Edited and produced by Stephen Heintel.

Wikipedia Literary Citizenship Project
A collaborative project to create author articles for unrepresented literary authors in Wikipedia. I designed this assignment with Sarah Einstein and helped implement it in her Creative Nonfiction course, taught at Ohio University in the Fall of 2014.

Digital Rhetorics and Literacies CourseSite
A CourseSite I developed for English 3080j: Digital Rhetorics and Literacies during my time at Ohio University. Students in this course examined rhetoric and writing through/in various new media technologies. The site fosters digital writing and provides students access to schedules, assignments, and announcements.

See complete digital portfolio: http://mattvetter.net/digital-projects-portfolio/

 

Press

 

Wells, Carl. “Wells, Carl. “Library to Sponsor Art and Feminism Event.” The Penn. 3 March 2017.

Bryant, Malika. “Libraries Holds Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon.” News & Events. Ohio University Libraries. 4 Nov. 2015.

Zuckerman, Jacob. “English Students Adding Appalachia to Wikipedia.” Compass. Ohio University. 22 April. 2015.

Rajaraman, Krithika. “Applying Special Collections to the Classroom: Archives Becomes Basis for Wikipedia Articles Project.” Compass. Ohio University. 23 Feb. 2013.

Heilinger, Jourdyn. “Students Tell OHIO’s Story on Wikipedia.” Compass. Ohio University. 20 Feb. 2012.

 

Conference Presentations

 

“Show Your Work: Exploring Digital Methodologies in Humanities Research.” Computers and Writing Conference. Findlay, OH. June 2017.

“Understanding and Teaching Critical Digital Praxis.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Portland, OR. March 2017.

Addressing the Gender Gap: Wiki Edu Projects for Digital Humanities.” WikiConference USA. Washington DC. October 2015.

“Engaging Multiliteracies, Engaging Communities: The Digital Rhetoric Collaborative.” Computers and Writing. Menomonie, WI.  May, 2015.

Making the Local Global: Cultural-Critical Student Projects in Wikipedia.” Panel Title: Risks and Rewards of Teaching Writing on a Global Stage: Wikipedia Collaborations, Under-Representations, and Lingering Doubts. Panelists, Robert Cummings, Matthew Vetter, Frances Di Lauro. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Tampa, FL. March 2015. 

“Student Responses to Cultural Identity Readings in the  Writing About Writing Course.” Panel Title:  Opening Writing About Writing Approaches to Identity. Panelists, Sarah Einstein, Michael Johnson, Albert Rouzie, Yavanna Brownlee. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Indianapolis, IN. March, 2014.

“Wikipedia as Web Ecology.” Panel Title: Authorship, Ecologies, and Infrastructures: 21st Century Applications of Wikis in Rhetoric & Composition. Panelists, Matthew Vetter, Rik Hunter, and Thomas Sura. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Las Vegas, Nevada. March, 2013.

“Special Collections in Wikipedia: A Case Study of a Collaborative Digital Curriculum.” with Sara Harrington. American Library Association of Ohio. Wilmington, Ohio. October, 2012.

“Toward a Digital Sophistic: Pedagogy, Civic Participation, and Web 2.0.” Thomas Watson Conference. Louisville, Kentucky, October, 2012.

“Implementing Curricula: The Wikipedia Writing Assignment.” Panel Title: Moving Beyond Theory: Issues of Praxis in Wiki Instruction. Panelists: Carra Leah Hood, Matthew D. Barton, and Matthew Vetter. Conference on College Composition and Communication. St. Louis, Missouri. March, 2012.

“Composing for Online Audiences in the Writing Classroom: Experiments and Innovations with Wikipedia.” College English Association of Ohio. Athens, Ohio. April, 2011.

“Crisis as Fortune: Exploring Aporias in the Writing Classroom.” Madison Conference on Language and Literature. Madison, Wisconsin. February, 2011.

 

Invited Talks & Panels

 

“Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon.” Stabley Library. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. 8 March 2017.

“Alden Libraries Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon.” Alden Libraries. Ohio University. Fall 2015.

“The Politics of Access and Representation in Wikipedia: A Transdisciplinary Research Model for the Study of Digital Culture.” Alden Library Graduate Research Series. Ohio University. Spring, 2015.

“What Sustains Me in Digital Rhetorics & Humanities.” Panel Title: “——-ing Digitally: A Forum on Entering the Profession in the Digital Present/Future.” English 7770 – Professional Issues in English Studies. English Department. Ohio University, Fall, 2014.

“Commenting on Student Writing.” Presentation. Teaching Assistant Orientation Panel. English Department. Ohio University. Fall, 2014.

“Making WAW Your Own with the 2nd Edition.” Presentation. English 7910 – Pedagogy and Professionalization. English Department.Ohio University. Spring, 2014.

“Teaching Composition: Exploring Alternate Approaches.” Presentation. English 7910 – Pedagogy and Professionalization. English Department.Ohio University. Spring, 2014.

Assessing Student Writing: Finding Common Ground.” Presentation. English 7910 – Pedagogy and Professionalization. English Department.Ohio University. Spring, 2014.

“Using WordPress as Learning Management System in the Composition Course.” Presentation. English 7910 – Pedagogy and Professionalization. English Department.Ohio University. Spring, 2013.

“Ethnography in the Composition Course; Rationale, Application, and Practical Concerns.” Presentation with John Whicker and Matthew Nunes. English 7910 – Pedagogy and Professionalization. English Department. Ohio University. Spring, 2013.

“Course Design in Composition: the Junior-level Writing Course.” Presentation. English 7910 – Pedagogy and Professionalization. English Department. Ohio University. Fall, 2012.

“Uses of Wikipedia across Academic Disciplines.” Graduate Student Showcase sponsored by Academic Technologies. Ohio University. Alden Library. Fall, 2012.

“Writing About Writing Approaches and the New Curriculum Development for FYC.” English 7910 – Pedagogy and Professionalization. Panel. English Department. Ohio University. Spring, 2012.

“Using Wikipedia in the Writing Classroom.” Presentation. English 791 – Pedagogy and Professionalization. English Department. Ohio University. Spring, 2012.

“The Writing & Rhetoric I Common Reader: Uses and Challenges.” Teaching Assistant Orientation Panel. English Department. Ohio University. Fall, 2011.

 

Grants & Awards

 

Winner, Outstanding Teaching Assistant. Ohio University English Department. Spring, 2015.

Alden Graduate Research Series Featured Speaker Award. 200$. Ohio University. Spring, 2015.

Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Graduate Fellowship. 500$. University of Michigan Center for Writing. Fall, 2014.

Claude Kantner Graduate Fellowship. 15,000$. Ohio University, Spring, 2014.

2013-2014 Travel Grant. 500$. Ohio University English Department. Fall, 2013.

Institutional Research Portfolio Assessment Grant. 5000$. With Albert Rouzie and John Whicker. Ohio University. Spring, 2013.

Nominee, Emily Tice Award for best Critical Essay by a Graduate Student. Ohio University. Spring, 2013.

Nominee, Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award. Ohio University. Spring, 2013.

Winner, Pearson Emerging Pedagogies Research & Travel Grant. 750$. Spring, 2013.

2012-2013 Travel Grant. 500$. Ohio University English Department. Fall, 2012.

2011-2012 Travel Grant. 500$. Ohio University English Department. Fall, 2011.

Winner, 2009-2010 Outstanding Graduate Student. English Department. Morehead State University. Spring, 2010.

 

Administration

 

Graduate Teaching Assistant Training

Planned and assisted instruction of a week-long Graduate Teaching Assistant Orientation to help prepare new TAs to teach the first year curriculum. 2 years: August, 2012, and August 2013.

Planned and/or instructed multiple presentations for English 7910, a graduate course focused on Professionalization and Pedagogy. Fall 2012-Spring 2014

Assisted weekly in English 5890, Teaching College Composition, by leading discussions, fielding TA questions, and facilitating and assessing student’s course work. , Fall 2012, Fall 2013.

Curriculum Development

Assisted in the design and implementation of new first year composition (fyc) curriculum. (2012-2013)

Helped create and revise course documents for fyc curriculum: syllabus, assignments, handouts, course schedules, etc. (2012-2013)

Revised fyc curriculum using TA and Student Feedback. (2013-2014)

Collaboratively created and revised course documents for revised fyc curriculum: syllabus, assignments, handouts, course schedules, etc. (2013-2014)

Collaboratively revised, edited and selected readings for fyc supplementary reader Readings on Writing, Spring 2013.

Assisted in an Assessment Initiative of fyc student portfolios. Helped design and carry out a research study that examined students’ portfolios to assess course-specific outcome achievement, Spring-Summer, 2013.

Drafted and revised IRB Proposal for Portfolio Assessment research study. Secured funding ($5000) from Ohio University Institutional Research to carry out Portfolio Assessment.

 

Teaching Experience

 

Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2016-Present

English 101, Composition I. English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania. Course Design: Habits of the Creative Mind. 1 section.

English 202, Composition II, English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania. Course Design: Research, Information Literacy, and Democracy in the Age of Fake News. 2 sections.

English 220, Advanced Composition. English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania. Course Design: Nonfiction Writing in Digital Media. 1 section.

English 614, Critical Pedagogy in English Education. English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania. 1 section.

English 730, Teaching Writing. English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania. 1 section.

English 830, Teaching Writing. English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania. 1 section.

English 831, Rhetorical Traditions. English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania. 2 sections

Ohio University Zanesville, 2015-2016

English 3080j, Writing & Rhetoric II. English Department, Ohio University Zanesville. Zanesville, Ohio. Course Designs: Digital Rhetorics & Literacies; Habits of the Creative Mind. 2 sections.

English 1510, Writing & Rhetoric I. English Department, Ohio University Zanesville. Zanesville, Ohio. Course Design: Introducing Writing Knowledge; Habits of the Creative Mind. 3 sections.

English d150, Developmental Writing. English Department, Ohio University Zanesville. Zanesville, Ohio. Course Design: Writing Across Communities. 5 sections.

Ohio University, 2010-2015

English 7910: Professional Issues in Teaching College English. English Department, Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. Teaching Assistant. 2 sections.

English 5890, Teaching College Writing. English Department, Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. Teaching Assistant. 2 sections.

English 3840j, Reading, Writing & Rhetoric in the Professions. English Department, Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. Course Design: Reading, Writing, and Rhetoric in the Professions. 3 sections.

English 3060j, Women & Writing. English Department, Ohio University. Athens, Ohio.
Course Design: Women Writing in Digital Spaces. 1 section.

English 3080j, Writing & Rhetoric II. English Department, Ohio University. Athens, Ohio.
Course Designs: Digital Rhetorics & Literacies; Writing in Wikipedia; Writing About Writing. 4 sections.

English 1510, Writing & Rhetoric I. English Department, Ohio University. Athens, Ohio.
Course Design: Writing about Writing. 4 sections.

English 1. Ohio University Upward Bound. Ohio University. Athens, Ohio.
Course Design: Introduction to Academic Writing.

Morehead State University, 2009-2010

English 100, Writing I. English Department, Morehead State University. Morehead, Kentucky.
Course Design: Elements of Argument. 2 sections.

 

Service

 

Committee Work

Member of Composition Committee, English, Ohio University, Spring 2012-Spring 2014.

Updated/Revised Course Outcomes for English 1510, Writing & Rhetoric I .

Updated/Revised Approved Textbook List for all Composition Courses.

Prepared Report on Viability of “Stretch” Program for first year composition:     “The Viability of “Stretch” Courses for Underprepared Students in English 1510: A Preliminary Report” 

Revised strategies for accommodating second language learners in junior-composition courses.

Department Service

Evaluator. Ohio University. Assessment / Composition Exemption Exams, 2011-2014.

Tutor. Ohio University Appalachian Writing Project: College Entrance Essays. Ohio University. Fall, 201

Professional Development

Wikipedia Education Program Campus Ambassador Orientation. Wikimedia Foundation. IUPUI Library. Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Indianapolis, Indiana. January 20-21, 2012.

Community Service

Den Leader. Cub Scout Pack 53. Athens, Ohio. Fall 2013-Present.

Classroom Volunteer. Morrison Elementary, 2nd Grade. Athens, Ohio. Fall 2014-Present.

Library Volunteer. Morrison Elementary. Athens, Ohio. Fall 2014-Present.

Chapter Lead. Scouts for Equality Allohak Council. Athens, Ohio. Fall 2014-Present.

 

Creative Writing

 

Publications

“To the One-Armed Crawdad Who Pinched My Son.” Fiction Fix. Summer, 2015.

“Libation.” Literary Mama. June, 2010.

“Essay at Eagle Lake.” Inscape. Spring, 2010.

“Poem at Sulphur Hollow,” “The Willow,” and “The Shapes of Leaves.” Journal of Kentucky Studies. September, 2009.

“Penny Horse” and “Measurements.” Literary Mama. June, 2009.

Evening Song,” “The Box,” “Fractures,” “Instructions to a Child on a Swing,” and “On Finding Maggots.” Semantikon: A Community Based Art Journal. May, 2009.

“Holler” and “Semantics.” Inscape. Spring, 2009.

“Lunar Eclipse.” Midwest Quarterly. Fall, 2008.

Hide and Seek” and “A Question.” Public Republic. October, 2008.

Wild Flowers.” Reprint.  American Life in Poetry no. 206. Fall, 2008.

“Wild Flowers.” The Louisville Review no. 63. Spring, 2008.

“Ode to Tchaikovsky.” New Southerner: An Anthology 2007-08. Louisville, KY: Swallowtail Press, 2008.

“The Workshop,” “Hunger,” and “The Fruit of the Roach.”  Coe ReviewFall, 2007.

 

Professional Affiliations

 

Current Member

Modern Language Association
National Council of Teachers of English
College English Association of Ohio

Former Member

South Atlantic Modern Language Association
Kentucky Philological Association

 

References

 

Dr. Sarah Harrington, Head of Art and Archives, Ohio University
harrings@ohio.edu, 740-593-0219.

Kwabena Owusu-Kwarteng, Director, Upward Bound, Ohio University;
kk@ohio.edu, 740.593.0728.

Dr. Albert Rouzie, Associate Professor & Director of Composition,
English, Ohio University; rouzie@ohio.edu, 740-597-2751.