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Friday, November 27, 2009

Conferences, Job Openings

Culled from the crwropps free e-mail list (with minimal editing on my part).

Call for Submissions for scholarly and creative submissions for a National Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference entitled “The End?” to be held at Indiana University in Bloomington from March 25th-27th, 2010. We are especially interested in creative submissions! We are looking for graduate student writers to give readings of their work that engage with the conference theme either thematically or formally (or both). Readings that challenge notions of endings, structure, or traditional formal boundaries, are all welcome, along with work that engages with the conference theme within the piece itself, through narrative or language. This conference hopes to examine how endings and limits are depicted, along with how we surpass (or are constrained by) them as writers. Other topics might include, but are not limited to: Endings as beginnings / beginnings as endings; The end of genre, crossing genre; Translation; The apocalypse and apocalyptic literature; The end of the human; Violence, death, grief, trauma; Moments of crisis; War; The ends of the earth; Fringe, margins, outlines; The future of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, etc. We encourage proposals for individual projects as well as panel proposals organized by topic/theme/form. Again, we are committed to involving as much creative work as possible in the conference and representing a wide variety of writers. Please submit an abstract of no more than 250 words describing your work and its relation to the conference theme, as well as five representative pages of creative work and as a short description of yourself, by January 15th, 2010 to iugradconference@gmail.com. Graduate Student Advisory Committee, Department of English, Indiana University.

Nonfiction Symposium Call for Entries. Center: A Journal of the Literary Arts invites submissions for a symposium on the importance of place in creative nonfiction, to appear in its next issue (spring 2010). We encourage you to consider place from a variety of perspectives. What is its role in the essay? in memoir? in literary journalism? How do concerns about conveying a sense of place affect your own work? in what ways do you see issues of place animating the work of others? How is place specific or general? Must place be physical or is it temporal as well? What role does craft play in the development of place? Submissions should be between 750 and 1000 words. Email your submission, in a .doc format with "symposium" in the header line, to cla@missouri.edu. Please include a short bio. Inquiries to barberse(at)missouri.edu. The deadline for submissions is January 15, 2010.

Call for applications: Emerging Writer-Lecturer, Department of English. One-year appointment, beginning August 2010, for a creative writer who plans a career that involves college-level teaching, to teach three courses per semester, including Introduction to Creative Writing and an advanced course in the writer's genre, as well as to assist with departmental writing activities. Mentorship for teaching and assistance in professional development provided. M.A., with a concentration in creative writing, M.F.A., or Ph.D. with creative dissertation, required. Teaching experience and literary magazine publications are essential. Competitive salary. To apply, send letter of application, curriculum vitae, names of three references, and a 5-10 page writing sample to: Emerging Writer Lectureship, Department of English, Campus Box 397, Gettysburg College, 300 N. Washington St., Gettysburg, PA 17325, postmarked by January 29, 2010. Electronic applications will not be accepted. Do not send entire monographs, books, etc. Gettysburg College is a highly selective liberal arts college located within 90 minutes of the Washington/Baltimore metropolitan area. Established in 1832, the College has a rich history and is situated on a 220-acre campus with an enrollment of over 2,600 students. Gettysburg College celebrates diversity and welcomes applications from members of any group that has been historically underrepresented in the American academy. The College assures equal employment opportunity and prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, and disability. Postal Address: Emerging Writer Lectureship, Department of English, Gettysburg College, 300 North Washington Street, Box 397, Gettysburg, PA 17325. Phone: (717) 337-6750; Fax: (717) 337-8551; TDD: (717) 337-6833.

Assistant Professor of English - Creative Nonfiction Writing.
Bemidji State University, Bemidji, MN. Posted: 11/17/2009, full-time. Responsibilities: Teach creative nonfiction writing at junior through graduate levels. Teach first-year composition and related academic writing. Contribute to a program of scholarship within the discipline,student advising, service to the University and community, and other associated faculty duties. Contribute to interdisciplinary teaching and distance learning delivery. Involvement in activities that support Bemidji State University's signature themes: Environmental stewardship, Civic engagement, Global/multicultural understanding. Minimum Qualifications: MFA in writing and/or PhD in English with specialization in writing creative nonfiction. Significant and appropriate publications. Teaching experience in university level courses.
Ability to teach upper division and graduate level courses. Ability to teach first-year composition. Teaching excellence, student-centered. Knowledge of and interest in diverse cultures and populations. Also desirable: Experience in literary publishing, professional writing, teaching first-year composition and/or second-year academic writing. Ability to teach literature at all levels. Ability to teach introduction to creative writing. Application Procedure: Apply online at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/bemidji /default.cfm. Send materials to: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/bemidji/default.cfm. Bemidji State University, 1500 Birchmont Drive NE, Bemidji, MN 56601. Contact: Susan Hauser, Chair, Department of English, E-mail: shauser@bemidjistate.edu, Phone: (218) 755-3355.

The Reginald S. Tickner Writing Fellowship is an annual writer-in-residence position named in honor of Reginald Tickner, whose 41-year career at Gilman impacted thousands of Gilman students. http://www.gilman.edu/program/arts_mcreativew_ticknerwritingfell.asp. Each year, the Tickner Fellow: Directs the Writers at Work Series, a yearly program of bringing writers to campus to give a reading and work with classes for a day. Advises Paragon, the school’s award-winning literary magazine, published at least twice each year. Teaches one section of Creative Writing to seniors every other day in addition to leading occasional creative writing projects in other English classes. Consults one-to-one with students on their writing as part of the Tickner Writing Center and inindependent study. Uses his/her non-teaching day for activity related to personal writing projects and shares the process with students and faculty. The Reginald S. Tickner Writing Fellowship is a one-year, 32-hour per week position. The salary is approximately $30,000; full benefits package available. Interested applicants should send resume, cover letter, threeconfidential letters of recommendation, and samples ofpublished writing to: Patrick Hastings, Director of the Tickner Writing Center, Gilman School, 5407 Roland Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21210. Materials must be RECEIVED by NO LATER THAN January 8.

New College of Florida. The Humanities Division announces an opening for a Writer in Residence, spring semester 2010 (February-May). The successful candidate will have two published books or the equivalent, two years’ experience teaching creative writing, which can include instruction as a graduate student, & be strongly committed to playing an active role in the community of our residential honors college. MFA, MA, or equivalent degree preferred, but experience considered. Writers whose work engages multiethnic experience and/or issues of identity especially encouraged. The Writer in Residence will be responsible for teaching two semester-length writing courses (preferably one multigenre introductory course & one course in the applicant’s specialty), & will give at least three public readings. We have particular interest this year in candidates with experience in prose. Salary: $22,725 for .75 FTE, with no benefits. Send curriculum vitae, letter of application, writing sample, dossier with three letters of reference & official transcript, & two course proposals (one for an introductory level course & one more specialized course) to: Dr. Robert Zamsky, Chair, Search Committee, Division of Humanities, New College of Florida, 5800 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota, FL 34243-2109. Review of applications will begin December 1 & continue until position is filled. For disability accommodations, contact Chair a minimum of five (5) days in advance at (941) 487-4360. AA/EOE.

Gilman School, an independent boys’ school in Baltimore, announces its search to award the fifteenth Tickner Writing Fellowship to a writer in fiction, poetry, playwriting, or creative nonfiction. Responsibilities include teaching one senior elective in creative writing each semester, organizing a series of readings, advising the literary magazine, & working one-to-one with students in the Tickner Writing Center. Salary: $30,000, plus full benefits package. To apply: Send CV, cover letter, three confidential letters of recommendation, & a writing sample consisting of either 10 published poems or up to 30 pages of published prose to: Mr. Patrick Hastings, Director of the Tickner Writing Center, Gilman School, 5407 Roland Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21210. Firm deadline for receipt of all materials is January 8, 2010.

The Department of English, Creative Nonfiction Assistant Professor. Review Date: Review of applications will begin January 4, 2010, and will continue until the position is filled. Salary: Commensurate with rank and experience. Date of Appointment: August 2010. Description of Responsibilities: Teach Creative Nonfiction to a diverse population of undergraduate students as part of a vibrant, multi-genre creative writing program. Maintain a significant publication record. Required Qualifications: MFA in creative writing, with significant publication history and an interest in working with students from a variety of cultures. Preferred Qualifications: Teaching experience that promotes global perspectives and awareness at the undergraduate level. To Apply: Submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, a copy of transcripts, three current letters of reference, and 10 - 15 pages of published creative nonfiction electronically to: http://oswego.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=15980. For additional information, contact Robert O'Connor at robert.oconnor@oswego.edu. Official transcripts are required prior to hiring.

The Department of English at Ohio University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Creative Writing: Non-Fiction. POSITION NUMBER: PN109914. SALARY: Commensurate with experience and education. We seek candidates of established achievement who have published at least one book. The successful candidate is expected to teach; publish and direct creative work; and participate in departmental/university governance. Expected to teach at both graduate and undergraduate levels. We are seeking a candidate with a commitment in working effectively with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds. Position available September 2010. Further information about Ohio University can be found at the University's web site:http://www.ohio.edu. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D or MFA by September 1, 2010. A published book preferred. TO APPLY: Applicants are asked to complete the online application and supply all supporting documentation by mail. (Curriculum Vita "may" be attached electronically but is required with US Mail Application packet.). Please submit via U.S. Mail: Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae, a 20 pp. writing sample, and three current letters of recommendation to Department of English, Ellis 360, ATTN: Creative Writing Search, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio 45701. Review of applications will begin Friday, November 6, and will continue until the position is filled. Interviewing at MLA.

Phillips Academy. An independent, coeducational, secondary boarding/day school in Andover, Massachusetts with a diverse community of students & faculty is seeking a Writer in Residence to fill the Roger F. Murray Chair in Creative Writing beginning in the academic year 2010-2011. The term of appointment is two years with a possible renewal. The writer-in-residence is expected to teach two seminar classes (maximum 15 students per class) in creative writing per term. Minimum requirements include at least one published book & experience in the teaching of creative writing at the university or secondary level. A number of prominent writers have held this fellowship since it was established in 1978. The salary is competitive with similar university appointments. The committee will continue to accept applications until the position is filled & will begin reviewing applications on November 15. The academy welcomes applications from diverse racial & ethnic backgrounds. Please send resume & letter to: Creative Writing Search Committee, Dean of Faculty, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA 01810. For more information, please visit www.andover.edu. Background check required. EOE.




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