Jeff MartinTeaching Assistant Professor
McAnulty College of Liberal Arts
625 College Hall
Education:M.F.A., Creative Writing, University of Pittsburgh
Professor Martin holds an MFA from the University of Pittsburgh, where he taught courses in composition and creative writing. His fiction has appeared in literary magazines and journals in the United States, United Kingdom, France, and Australia. His story "Children, Go Where I Send You" won the Scott Turow Award for Fiction. His story "The Time for Nice is Gone" was runner-up for the Pearl Story Prize.
Nominated for Harcourt's Best New American Voices, he's at work on a novel that deals with social work, autism, and family. Several chapters of his novel-in-progress have appeared (or are forthcoming) in Pearl and Tears in the Fence (UK). He's won awards for his teaching, including Pitt's CGS Teaching Excellence Award
Thinking & Writing Across the Curriculum
Mulit-Genre Creative Writing
Senior Seminar in Fiction Writing
Advanced Fiction Workshop
Seminar in Composition
Introduction to Creative Writing.