College publisher of humanities texts: law, poli sci, US history, poetry, writing/language books. Writer, translator, editor. published "underground newspaper" in Iowa City (Middle Earth), Five years in the publishing industry in New York City. Six years Mudborn Press (poetry, magazine), radio programming. 30 years college publishing Bandanna Books 25 years book designer Black Sparrow Press
My aim is to stimulate student initiative with publications, techniques, networking that make the process of learning authentic and natural. Teacher as facilitator. The latest 2012 project has been a dozen Shakespeare Playbooks, which greatly expand the text for directors to add their own notes and sketches, stage diagrams for placement of sets, and special sections for the Producer (budget, publicity campaign, designing a playbill), Set Designer, Costumer, Stage Management, plus glossary, chart of entrances and exits for quick reference. "A producer's dream. Just add actors," says Paul Freeman. If you're considering staging Twelfth Night, or Hamlet or ten other Shakespeare plays, the Playbook will help you envision the play your way, keep track of details, coordinate all the elements that go into a production. Most important may be to make the decision whether or not to do the play at all. This format lets you see what's required to assemble a team and do it.
excellence in book design (Rounce & Coffin).
BA, MA University of Iowa in English Two years teaching in Peace Corps (Tanzania) occasional workshops on self-publishing and writing.
25 years with Black Sparrow Press, independent publishing since 1974. Active in virtual worlds. Transgender since 1995.
English Language Arts, Creative Writing, Writing-Expository, Reading, Specialty, Math, Numbers, Other (Math), Social Studies - History, Elections - Voting, Government, World History, Foreign Language, French, Arts & Music, Graphic Arts, Music, Vocal Music, Drama, Afro-American Studies, Classics, Comparative Literature, English, History, Journalism, Law, Management, Philosophy, Psychology, Religion, Theater Arts, Women's Studies, British History, Life Skills, Critical Thinking, Literature, Queer Studies, Character Education, Cooking, Writing, Criminal Justice - Law, Criminal Justice, Short Stories, Writing, Poetry, Decimals, Informational Text