R123. Teaching Brief, Sudden, Flash, and Very Short Prose
Thursday, February 27, 2014
9:00 am to 10:15 am
Raul Benjamin Moreno is a doctoral student at the University of South Dakota, where he teaches advanced writing courses and edits nonfiction for South Dakota Review. His essays and journalism have been published by The Normal School, The Millions, and NPR.
Meagan Cass is an assistant professor of English at the University of Illinois Springfield, where she directs the creative writing program. Her fiction has recently appeared in Hayden’s Ferry Review, the Pinch, and Puerto Del Sol. She is an assistant editor for Sundress Publications.
Damian Dressick teaches writing at Robert Morris University. His work has appeared in nearly fifty literary journals, including failbetter.com, New Delta Review, Alimentum, McSweeney's (online), Caketrain, Smokelong Quarterly, and Contrary magazine.
Sara Henning is a doctoral student at the University of South Dakota, where she serves as managing editor for South Dakota Review. The author of two collections of poetry, A Sweeter Water and To Speak of Dahlias, her work appears in such journals as Verse, Willow Springs, and Crab Orchard Review.
Steve Pacheco is an author in the anthology Shedding Skins: Four Sioux Poets. He also served as guest editor for the Yellow Medicine Review. Currently, he is an Assistant Professor at Southwest Minnesota State University, where he teaches writing and literature.