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Michael David Brown

Assistant Professor

Creative Writing: Fiction Writing, 20th Century British American

Office: Ellis 305
Office Phone: 593-2775
Email: brownm@ohio.edu

Degrees

Ph.D., 20th Cent. British & American Lit., Ohio University
M.A., Creative Writing, Ohio University
B.A., Music, Capital University, Columbus OH

Publications

Under Heat, a novel. New American Library (1989)

Under Heat, feature film. Furious Films, NY (1994)

“Caribou,” Quarter After Eight, Fall 1997.

“Breakfast,” Chicago Review, Spring 1993.

“Herself Regained,” novel excerpt, Westminster Review, Winter 1991.

Upshot, one-act play, produced by O.U. School of Theater, Spring 1992.

“What Everybody Needs,” Harvard Magazine, Spring 1983.

Curriculum Vitae

Emperor of Ice-Cream, a novel. Ph.D. dissertation, 1995.
“Creative Writing: Fiction Instruction Guide.” Ohio University Independent Studies Program, Winter 1999.

Residencies

Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, NY, 1984.
Cummington Community of the Arts, Cummington, Massachusetts, 1983.

Readings

Voices, National fiction and poetry readings series.
Institute in American Culture, humanities readings series, O.U.
Writer’s Harvest, National reading series for hunger, West Verginia Univ., Morgantown.
Blennerhassett Reading Series, sponsored by Ohio Valley Literary Group, Parkersburg.

Courses

English 361:Creative Writing (Fiction)
English 201:Critical Approaches to Fiction
English 202:Critical Approaches to Poetry
English 200:Introduction to Literature
English 152:Freshman Composition & Reading
Humanities 109:Great Books
English 270:Gay Literature and Theoretical Approaches to Gay Male and Lesbian Identity
English 308J:Junior Composition
English 305J:Technical Writing
English 151:Freshman Composition
"The Longer Forms: Theory and Practice" (novel-writing workshop); West Virginia University, Morgantown.
"Literature Survey:Romanticism to Modernism"; Marshall University.

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