William Black, Adjunct Faculty
William Black has taught fiction, poetry, and nonfiction courses at Johns Hopkins, Ohio University, Western Washington University, the University of Scranton, and the University of Alabama. He has also taught nearly two dozen online writing courses and ran his own successful private fiction workshops in the 1990s.
Black’s short fiction has been published in Hotel Amerika, Denver Quarterly, Chicago Review, Agni, Crab Orchard Review, and Artful Dodge, among other publications. Nonfiction publications include Quarter After Eight, New Orleans Review, and Black Warrior Review. He has worked as a Writing Fellow at the Vermont Studio Center and as a Scholar in Residence at the Pennsylvania State Archives.
Following a BA degree at St. Lawrence University, Black earned his MFA in Creative Writing at the University of Alabama. He lives in the Baltimore area.
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