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    Texas State University-San Marcos. Assistant Professor of English, tenure track, specialty in fiction writing. The MFA program at Texas State University-San
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 6, 2007
      Texas State University-San Marcos. Assistant Professor of English, tenure
      track, specialty in fiction writing. The MFA program at Texas State
      University-San Marcos, http://mfa.english.txstate.edu/, invites applications for a
      tenure-track position in fiction writing. AApplicants must hold an MFA or PhD in
      creative writing & must have published with a major national press at least one
      novel or book of short stories. The successful applicant will teach primarily in
      the graduate fiction program & direct MFA theses, with some teaching of
      undergraduate creative writing. Teaching assignment may occasionally include other
      undergraduate literature or composition courses. Teaching load is 2/2 plus
      direction of at least four thesis students per year. Reading of admission
      portfolios each spring is also required. The program’s permanent fiction faculty
      include Dagoberto Gilb, Tom Grimes, Debra Monroe, & Tim O’Brien. Review of
      applications begins November 1 & continues until the position is filled. SSelected
      applicants will be contacted in late January or early February 2008 for
      interviews. Please send letter of application; c.v., with names of three references; &
      a one-page statement of teaching philosophy to: Prof. June Hankins, Chair,
      Fiction Search Committee, Department of English, Texas State University, 601
      University Drive, San Marcos, TX 78666. AA/EOE.



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