News &Notes on Creative Writing Alums

Emme Baxter (’86) does social commentary as a columnist for The Nashville Tennessean where she was formerly a business editor.

Zetta Brown (’98) is editor-in-chief at Logical-Lust Publications where she publishes print and ebooks.

Leigh Camp (’09) is a production editor at John Wiley and Sons, in Hoboken, New Jersey, where she currently works in the Professional/Trade books division on psychology titles.

Brian Clements (’87) awaits his fourth book of poems, Jargon, due from Quale Press in December 2010. Currently on sabbatical, he is a professor and coordinator of the MFA program in Creative and Professional Writing at Western Connecticut State University.

Josh Duke (’09) works as a content writer for Standing Dog Interactive. He plans to pursue an MFA.

Charlene “Charlie” Lewis (’07) is a freelance writer in Dallas. Her memoir, Apt. No. 9, was selected at the Mayborn Nonfiction Literary Conference for publication in the 2011 edition of Ten Spurs, a literary nonfiction journal published by The University of North Texas.

Carlye Morgan (’01) holds an MA in Public Administration and works as the outreach director for democratic Congresswoman Kathy Castor of Florida.

Ross Sloan (’05) also earned an MA in English at SMU where he is a visiting lecturer in Written English. He is working on a collection of short stories.

Joe Milazzo (’94) holds an MA in Library and Information Science and an MFA in Writing. A writer of fiction and poetry, he acts as editor, co-editor, and publisher for a variety of publications and is currently working for The Writer’s Garret in Dallas.

Rebecca McKenzie Gingles (’06) graduated with a Master of Theological Studies degree from Perkins School of Theology at SMU in May 2009. She is now an advertising coordinator for Texas Lawyer, a weekly trade publication.

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