A set of creative writers here responds to the call for
literature that addresses who we are by understanding where we
are-where, for each of them, being somehow part of the academy.
Their personal essays delineate the diverse, sometimes unexpected
roles of place in shaping them, as writers and teachers in varied
environments, through unique experiences and distinctive
worldviews-in reconfiguring their conjunctions of identity and
setting, here, there, everywhere, and in between.
Offering creative comments on place, identity, and academic
work are authors Charles Bergman, Mary Clearman Blew, Jayne Brim
Box, Jeffrey M. Buchanan, Norma Elia Cantú, Katherine Fischer,
Kathryn T. Flannery, Diana Garcia, Janice M. Gould, Seán W. Henne,
Rona Kaufman, Deborah A. Miranda, Erin E. Moore, Kathleen Dean
Moore, Robert Michael Pyle, Jennifer Sinor, Scott Slovic, Michael
Sowder, Lee Torda, Charles Waugh, and Mitsuye Yamada.
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