2021 Literature SCP & GPS



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9/19/2019 9:00:00 AM

2021 Literature SCP & GPS

2021

Smith Grindberg, Michelle

Deborah Kynes

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Panelists (6)

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  • 2019-2020 Tulsa Artists Fellow in Poetry
  • Writer-in-residence at Gettysburg National Park
  • Former Assistant Professor of English, Eastern New Mexico University
    • Author of Dead Letter Office at North Atlantic Station and Instructions for Seeing a Ghost  (Winner of the 2019 Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry; forthcoming 2020)
    • Recipient of Fellowships from the George Kaiser Family Foundation, the Virginia Center for Creative Arts and the Vermont Studio Center
    • Poetry Editor of The Bookends Review, Editorial Boards of Nimrod International Journal and Seven Kitchens Press
    • Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi; M.F.A., University of Virginia
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  • Former Associate Director of Communications, Exploratorium, San Francisco
  • Author of Residuum and Dear Mark
  • Co-Editor of Catherine Breese Davis; On the Life and Work of an American Master
  • Lecturer, California College of the Arts
  • Former senior editor at Gulf Coast, Epiphany, and Washington Square
  • Ph.D., Creative Writing and Literature, University of Houston; M.F.A., Creative Writing and Poetry, New York University; B.A., English Language and Literature, Florida State University
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  • Visiting Lecturer in Writing and Communication, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Author/editor of over 15 contracted or published academic and popular trade books and over 75 articles, essays, and reviews
  • Internationally recognized scholar of horror, vampires, Bram Stoker, and Dracula
  • Former guest scholar on National Geographic’s Taboo USA (2013-), Discovery
  • Channel’s William Shatner’s Weird or What? (2010-), and AMC’s upcoming series Eli Roth’s History of Horror (Fall 2018).
  • Associate Editor of Palgrave Communications (journal)
  • Ph.D., University at Buffalo (SUNY); M.A., University of Central Oklahoma; B.A., Florida State University
  • County: Broward County

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County: Broward

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  • Development Director, Art and Culture Center/Hollywood
  • Former Free-lance Journalist, writing primarily for the South Florida Sun-Sentinel newspaper and City Link Magazine about arts and entertainment, international soccer, fine dining, politics, and the culture at large
  • Former Sportswriter at the Sun-Sentinel, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
  • A.A., Broward Community College
  • County: Leon County

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County: Leon

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  • Professor of Spanish, Florida State University
  • Editor of numerous anthologies of Latinx and Latin American Literature; Co-Editor, special issue of Studies in American Culture focusing on Latinx and the Caribbean 
  • Author of recent book "Cuban Women and Salsa: To the Beat of their Own Drum" (Palgrave)
  • Author of articles published in journals such as Women and Performance and Studies in Popular Culture
  • Ph.D., Comparative Literature,  Louisiana State University, Shreveport, Louisiana
  • County: Nassau County

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County: Nassau

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  • FL Writers Association, Nassau County Chapter Director - Amelia Island Writers
  • Amelia Island Authors anthology project manager; Amelia Island Book Festival short story writing contest judge
  • Former positions include: Special Projects Director, City of Crawfordsville, Indiana; Institutional Advancement, Jacksonville University; Development Manager, Barnabas Center, Inc. 
  • Board of Directors and Marketing and Communications Chair, Island Art Association; Board President, Montgomery County Convention and Visitors Bureau; Board of Directors, Montgomery County League of Women Voters; U.S. Senator Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series for Women, graduate. 
  • A.A., Atlanta School of Design; Certified Grants Administrator Certificate, Grantsmanship Center, Los Angeles