GCC'S CREATIVE WRITING PROGRAM
Meet the Faculty
Johnnie Clemens May
has an M.A. in creative writing from Indiana University and an M.F.A. in poetry.. She has been advisor of the school poetry
club and an advisor and poetry judge of The Traveler. Along with
having published her own poetry, she has hosted poetry readings at a local
coffeehouse, has delivered lectures on poetry to organizations in the
community, and has been a student of nationally recognized poets. Several
of her students have won awards in poetry and the personal essay.
teaches journalism and English at GCC and is the faculty adviser to The
Voice, the college's newspaper. A freelance writer and former public
relations executive, he is the author of "Syracuse University Football:
A Centennial Celebration." In addition
he has published hundreds of newspaper articles ranging from college
athletics to theatre, music and raising his twin daughters.
has taught at Glendale Community College for the English Department since
1993. In the past, her work has appeared in Northwest Review,
Black Warrior Review, Beloit Fiction Journal, Confrontation,
Pennsylvania English, Original Sin: The Seven Deadlies, Come Home,
Women Behaving Badly, Calyx, Event, Kaleidoscope,
David Nelson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
has a B. A. in English with an emphasis in creative writing (poetry)
from The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington, and a M. F. A. in
Creative Writing (fiction) from Arizona State University where he was an
associate editor of the Haydenís Ferry Review. He enjoys
all sorts of writing, though his main concern continues to be fiction.
teaches creative writing and composition in the English Department at GCC.
His work has appeared in numerous national publications such as The
Baseball Review, The Rust Belt Review, Art Voice, and
Raven Chronicles, a college composition textbook, and an anthology of
working-class literature called The Workplace: Robinsonís View of the
Literature of the Worker.
an avid journal writer, Betsey Wheeler (email@example.com)
brings passion and experience to the art of writing. She holds a
masterís degree in both Education and English which she skillfully
combines to teach writing in its most expressive form. Journaling can
be a critical step in spurring creativity, improving health, and
recording remembrances. This is Betseyís tenth year of teaching writing
at Glendale Community College. Join her in this voyage of discovery
has mentored writers since 1994. She has been a full-time faculty member
at Arizona State University, she has led and facilitated writing support
groups, and she now teaches Creative Writing in the Maricopa Community
Colleges. Vicky Campo earned her Masters Degree in English from Arizona
State University in 1997 with distinction. Her work has appeared in such
publications as The Palo Verde, Sandcutters, The Angle,
Open Channels, Strategies for Teaching First-Year Composition,
The Bedford Bibliography of Basic Writing, and others.
information, contact Johnnie Clemens
May, M. F. A.
Coordinator, GCC Creative Writing Program,
HT2-111, GCC Main campus