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I received a B.A. in English from Witternberg University, a M.A. in English from UMass-Boston, a M.A. in Science Fiction Studies from University of Liverpool, and a Ph.D. in English from Michigan State University. I'm a Professor of English at WSU-Lake Campus, where he has taught since 2006.

In addition to hundreds of stories and essays, I have published nearly 20 books of fiction and criticism. I also serve as reviews editor for the academic journal Extrapolation, managing editor of Guide Dog Books, and editor-in-chief of Anti-Oedipus Press.

Here is my curriculum vitae.

I can be found online at my official website, blog, Facebook and Twitter. There is also a website dedicated to my novel The Kyoto Man. Primarily I use social networking to promote my books, my publishers and other authors, artists and academics that I know, work with, and/or admire.

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I will be on sabbatical during the Spring 2015 semester writing a book on British science fiction author J.G. Ballard for the University of Illinois Press's Modern Masters of Science Fiction Series. I look forward to getting back to teaching this summer! My courses will include online offerings of ENG 2050: African American Literature, ENG 3830: Introduction to Fiction Writing, and ENG 3000: Business Writing. In the meantime, I hope everybody has a productive and enjoyable semester.

For students interested in majoring in English, please have a look at the WSU-LC English program's website and Twitter feed.


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Academic Writing & Reading
Writing Academic Discourse
Great Books
African American Literature
Introduction to Fiction Writing
Business Writing
British Texts: Medieval to 17th Century
American Texts: Early 19th Century
American Texts: Later 19th Century
American Texts: 20th Century
Introduction to Jacques Lacan
Topics in American Literature: P.K. Dick
Topics in American Literature: The Body
Studies in Literary Theory

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Dictionary.com
Glossary of Literary Terms
Lit.Org
New Pages
 
OhioLINK
OWL @ Purdue
Ralan's Webextravaganza
Wikipedia
WSU Academic Calendars
WSU-Dayton Department of English
WSU-Lake Campus Department of English
WSU Libraries
WSU Emal Portal