St. John’s University (2000-Present), New York City.
Assistant Professor of English.
New School for Social Research (Spring 2002), New York City.
Visiting Faculty, MFA Writing Program.
Lesley University (1999-2001), Cambridge, MA and nationwide.
Adjunct Faculty, Creative Arts in Learning Masters Degree
University of Maine at Orono, (February, 2001) Poet in
Barnard College (Fall 1999), New York City. Visiting Poet
Bard College (1997-Present), Annandale-on-Hudson. Associate,
Institute for Writing and Thinking; Teach critical and creative
writing in intensive Language & Thinking program for all Bard
freshmen; Lead weekend workshops on Writing & Thinking for
secondary and college teachers; Develop new strategies for the
teaching of writing such as a course on Personal Dictionaries;
Serve on plenary committee for conference: Poetry & Pedagogy
Columbia University (Summer 1998), New York City. Faculty, High
School Creative Writing Summer Program
Conducted daily Workshops and Seminars on poetry, fiction and
playwriting for intensive, month-long Creative Writing Program;
Coordinated Publishing Elective for the student literary magazine,
Teachers & Writers Collaborative (1997-Present), New York
City. Artist-in-Residence; Teach poetry & writing residencies
throughout the New York City Public School System; Edit and produce
anthologies representing each students’ work;
Received NBC Residency Grant for Teaching the Classics.
Featured Writer, T&W Website (twc.org).
Long Island University English Department, (1996-2001),
New York City. Adjunct Faculty; Taught Composition & Literature
Served on editorial board for Downtown, the University Literary
St. John’s University, Notre Dame College, Staten Island Campus,
(Fall 1996-1998), New York City. Adjunct Assistant Professor
of English; Courses: Composition & Literature, Applied
Linguistics, Post-1945 American Literature, Modern Drama and
Just Buffalo Literary Center (October 5-7, 1997), Buffalo,
NY. Lannan Foundation Writer at Work; Led workshop for 90 Buffalo
Middle School students, gave featured reading (with Susan Howe),
and radio interview.
The Naropa Institute, Department of Writing &
Poetics(1991-Present), Boulder, CO. Visiting Faculty; Taught
Graduate Course in MFA Program on Multicultural Women’s
Writing (Spring 96); Guest lectured in courses: The New
Long Poem and Contemporary Literary Theory. Directed independent
studies with MFA students; Taught in Summer Poetics Program as
Workshop Leader, Featured Poet, Panelist; 1999: Workshop: Present
Tense: Writing in the Moment; 1995: Workshop: How to Read, How to
Write: Planning a Long Term Project; 1994: Workshop: Deep Gossip:
New York School Occasional Poetry; 1993: Workshop: A Pleasurable
Grammar: Gertrude Stein & the Oulipo; 1992: Lecture: Math &
Poetry in the Fourth Dimension; 1991: Workshop: Small Press
Hostos Community College, City University of New
York (Fall 1996-Spring 1997), New York City. Adjunct
Faculty; Taught in English as a Second Language Intensive Program;
Served as certified reader of City-wide CUNY Writing Assessment
University of Rhode Island. Art Department (Fall 1994-Fall
1995), Kingston, RI. Visiting Lecturer; Taught courses in
Filmmaking and Video Art; Participated in Sophomore Review
Committee; Led Marjorie Keller Memorial Film Study Group in
collaboration with English Department. Presented collaborative
poetry and collage gallery show, Altered Dressers; Participated in
two Faculty Group Shows, Main Gallery.
Community College of Rhode Island, English Department(Fall
1994-Spring 1995), Warwick, RI. Adjunct Faculty; Taught Composition
& Literature courses.
Brown University, English Department (Fall 1992 - Spring 1993),
Providence, RI. Graduate Instructor; Taught Beginning and
Intermediate Undergraduate Workshops in Poetry and Poetics; Taught
two sections of an interdisciplinary, conceptual Math course
designed by Professor Thomas Banchoff on “The 4th Dimension”;
Chosen as Graduate Participant in Year-long Seminar on Art in the
Age of Difference, sponsored by the Pembroke Center for Teaching
and Research on Women, (1992-1993); Guest lectured in undergraduate
course, L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E Poetries, taught by Steve Evans, (Fall,
1992); Completed Harriet Sheridan Center for College Teaching
Certificate Program; Spoke on panel on Careers in Writing for the
Pembroke Center Alumnae Forum; Staffed the Brown University Writing
Center (1994); Curated Writing, Film & Video Festivals in
collaboration with the Modern Culture & Media Department, (1993