An Associate Professor in the Department of English at Columbia College Chicago, and practitioner of collaboration as a radical act, I teach and co-teach courses in the Writing and Rhetoric, Cultural Studies, Literature, and Creative Nonfiction programs.
My research explores the rhetorical interstices of alphabetic text, image, and sound. Put another way, I theorize the power and pleasure of queer(ing) form. My work contributes to the larger scholarly conversations regarding multimodal composing, socially engaged practice, collaboration, and queer literary nonfiction.
WHAT ELSE?!? I am totally geeked because I was selected to be a Virginia Center for the Creative Arts Fellow!
This means that between December 29, 2015 and January 22, 2016, I’ll be outside Amherst, VA, working on Chapters 6-10 of These Are Love(d) Letters: e, l, o, r, s, t, v.
For more backstory concerning the evolution of These Are Love(d) Letters, click here.