- Poetry, Creative Nonfiction - At GC since 1997
- Ph.D., M.A.
- Ohio University
Martin Lammon has won awards for both his poetry and creative nonfiction. His collection of poems, News from Where I Live, won the Arkansas Poetry Award, and his poems and essays have appeared in such journals as The Gettysburg Review, Hotel America, The Iowa Review, Ploughshares, Poet Lore, Poets and Writers and The Southern Review. Poems published in Nimrod were awarded a Pablo Neruda Prize. His essays about living in Costa Rica have been published in The Iowa Review , Zone 3 , and The Chattahoochee Review (winner of the Lamar York Prize for Creative Nonfiction). In 1997, he was named the Fuller E. Callaway endowed Flannery O'Connor Chair in Creative Writing. In 2007, he was selected for GC’s Distinguished Professor Award.
- Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
- Ph.D., University of Houston; MFA, Iowa Writers Workshop
- At GC since 2004
Allen Gee teaches Fiction, Prose Forms, Creative Nonfiction, and supervises GC’s Writers in the Schools Program at Early College. His essay collection, My Chinese-America was chosen by Lee Gutkind for the SFWP Award Seriesand released in April, 2015. Gee is currently working on a novel, Paul & Julia and is represented by Gail Hochman. His most recent stories have been in Ploughshares and Juked. Other work appears in the Portland Review, The Crab Orchard Review, Lumina, The Common, and Gulf Coast. Gee edits fiction for Arts & Letters and has received fellowships from Yaddo and the Texas Commission on the Arts.
- Poetry - At GC since 2005
- MFA Warren Wilson College; M.A. English-Creative Writing, New York University
Laura Newbern's collection of poems, Love and the Eye, won the 2010 First Book Award from Kore Press. She’s also received the prestigious Writer's Award from the Rona Jaffe Foundation, which recognizes outstanding emerging women writers. She teaches poetry workshops, poetics, and other courses. Laura is currently the Editor of Arts & Letters. Her poems have been published in such journals as The Atlantic, Poetry, TriQuarterly and other journals. Newbern also expresses her creative interests through black and white photography.
- Creative Nonfiction, Fiction
- MFA, The New School
- At GC since 2012
Peter Selgin latest memoir, The Inventors, (Hawthorn Press) was named a Best Memoir of 2016 by Library Journal. His essay, My New York: A Romance in Eight Parts, was chosen by Paul Theroux for inclusion in Best American Travel Writing, 2014. His memoir, Confessions of a Left-Handed Man: An Artist’s Memoir (University of Iowa Press, 2011), was short-listed for the 2012 William Saroyan International Prize; the title essay was selected for Best American Essays 2006. He is the author of Drowning Lessons (University of Georgia Press, 2008), winner of the 2007 Flannery O’Connor Award for Fiction; Life Goes to the Movies, a novel, two books on the craft of fiction writing, and several children’s books. He has had a dozen notable essay citations in BAE anthologies. His stories and essays have appeared in the Missouri Review, Colorado Review, Boulevard, Glimmer Train, Fourth Genre, Creative Nonfiction, Salon.com, Alaska Quarterly Review, The Sun, and other publications. Other honors include the Missouri Review Editors’ Prize, a Dana Award for the Essay, and a Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights’ Conference Award for his play, A God in the House, based on Dr. Kevorkian and his suicide machine. He teaches fiction, creative nonfiction, journal design, editing, and production, and other courses. He is also creative nonfiction editor of Arts & Letters.
- Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
- Ph.D., University of Houston
- At GC since 2016
Kerry Neville received her PhD in Creative Writing from the University of Houston, her BA from Colgate University, and was most recently an Assistant Professor of English at Allegheny College. She is the author of the forthcoming short fiction collection, Remember To Forget Me, and of the award-winning short fiction collection, Necessary Lies. She is also a regular blog contributor for The Huffington Post. She has twice received the Dallas Museum of Art Prize for Fiction, and has also been awarded The Texas Institute of Letters, Kay Cattarulla Prize for the Short Story, and the Short Story Book of the Year Prize from Independent Publisher Magazine.