Monthly Archives: January 2014

Books Two and Three sold to HarperCollins/Avon for (yet unnamed) series

This is me aboard the A.J.Meerwald, New Jersey’s official tall ship (and without the benefit of my extensive expertise, below). She’s a Delaware Bay oyster schooner, once used to hunt for oysters off the coast of the state. She’s what … Continue reading

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New essay: Don’t Let Harlan Ellison Hear This

Hi all, Nice meeting many of you at the residency. I also hope to see some of you next at AWP. As you may have guessed from the residency, I am a big believer in keeping busy. I always try … Continue reading

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Social Media Position at Washington Post

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Syllabus Posted for Online Multigenre Workshop II

I’ve just posted the syllabus for the Online Multigenre Workshop II on Blackboard. Please download it for review, and let me know if you have any questions about the syllabus or our use of Blackboard Learn. I look forward to … Continue reading

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Works Cited Page Numbers

Does anyone know how to get actual page numbers from a Kindle? I’m working on an essay which requires a works cited and I have no idea how to come up with a page number. I get a percentage and … Continue reading

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FIVE Entry-Level Teaching Openings at UAB

Alumni interested in teaching: University of Alabama at Birmingham is advertising FIVE, count them, FIVE full-time positions in Comp and Sophomore Lit, looking for “terminal degree in English or Creative Writing” and teaching experience. Great opportunity for those of you … Continue reading

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Residency Followup

Welcome to the spring semester! I hope you all are recovered from the res and into the swing of syllabus composition. As usual, I received excellent feedback from the students at the Wrapup Meeting and on their evaluation forms. I … Continue reading

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