He was kind enough to answer some questions to introduce himself to the department. Attendees arrived by car, plane, and, in some cases, bicycle. Neil Baird participated in the 2019 Ride2CW event, and shared his experiences. On June 21, 2019, Travis Hein, Emma Guthrie, and Morgan Mc Dougall presented at the 2019 Computers and Writing Conference.
Their panel was titled, “Digital Technologies that Extend and Transfer Beyond the Classroom: Virtual Reality, Social Media, and Online Learning,” and chaired by Dr. Their panel explored many of the research interests held by each individual.
He is currently a judge for the 2018 International MAN Booker Prize, and is preparing the Clarendon Lectures, which he will deliver at the end of the year in Oxford. His teaching comprises graduate and upper-level undergraduate fiction workshops and forms courses on such topics as “The Writer as Critic,” “Research and Imaginative Writing,” and “Fiction in Drag: Novels and Stories That Pretend to be Things Other Than Novels and Stories.” He is at work on a series of short novels set during the years of the Trump administration, the first of which will be published next year. He teaches poetry workshops and the occasional graduate course in the craft of poetry.
Logan received the National Book Critics Circle Award in Criticism, the Aiken Taylor Award in Modern American Poetry, the Staige D.
Her degrees are from the University of Washington (BA, 1971) and the University of Iowa (MFA, 1974). in English from the University of Houston and joined the UF Creative Writing faculty in 1984.
She joined UF in 1988, after teaching at George Mason University and California State University, Chico. Powell has also taught in Canada, France, Kenya, Portugal, Russia, and Turkey.
234) and creative work belongs to other realms of academic work as well.
Throughout this conference, we hope to engage in conversations surrounding where we have been, where we currently stand, and where we might go in the future of writing studies concerning creativity.
Powell’s fiction has been translated into Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish.
, was published by Little, Brown in 2008 and has been translated into twelve languages.