Brad Felver

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Associate Chair & Undergraduate Coordinator
Lecturer

419-372-7545
bfelver@bgsu.edu
213D East Hall
http://bradfelver.com/

Degrees and Institutions

MFA Fiction, Bowling Green State University
ALM Literature & Creative Writing, Harvard University (Division of Continuing Education)
B.S. Adolescent English Education, Miami University

Areas: General Studies Writing, Creative Writing

Research Interests: Fiction; creative nonfiction; memoir; workshop pedagogies; college composition; writing transfer pedagogies   

Courses Taught

ENG 4130: Fiction Writer’s Workshop
ENG 3130: Fiction Workshop
ENG 2060: Craft of Fiction

GSW 1100: Intensive Introduction to Academic Writing
GSW 1110: Introduction to Academic Writing
GSW 1120: Academic Writing
GSW 1120H: Academic Writing (Honors College)

HNRS 2010: Introduction to Critical Thinking (Honors College)

Select Publications

Fiction

“Queen Elizabeth.” One Story. Issue #218. 1-27. Print.

“The Era of Good Feelings.” Midwestern Gothic. 20.1 123-133. Print.

“Out of the Bronx.” Zone 3. 20.1. 2-12. Print. (Winner of the 2015 Zone 3 Fiction Award).

“Patriots.” Harpur Palate. 14.2. 37-41. Print.

“The Dogs of Detroit.” Colorado Review. 41.2. 3-17. Print.

“Evolution of the Mule.” Beloit Fiction Journal. 25: 114-125. Print

Creative Nonfiction

“City of Glass.” New England Review. 39.1. Print. (Forthcoming Spring 2018)

“White Oak.” Hunger Mountain: The VCFA Journal for the Arts. 20.1. 53-57. Print.

"Goodness in This Game." Atticus Review, More Than Sports Talk Theme Issue. July, 2015.

“On Essaying: The Beauty of Elusiveness.” The Brevity Blog, Brevity Magazine. August, 2014. Web.     

“Cancer Jokes.” BULL: Men’s Fiction. March, 2014. Web.

Presentations

“Writing Placement: The Virtues of Inefficiency.”  North Carolina Symposium on Teaching Writing. Panel Presentation.  Examining Assessment: Principles and Practices for Writing Classrooms and Programs. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC. 

“Constructing Identity in a State of Transition.” Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference. Panel Presentation.  Queering the Writing Program. Coastal Georgia Center, Savannah, GA. 

Work in Progress

Mother, a novel