Jennifer Brice: Author of "Unlearning to Fly" and Expertise in Creative Nonfiction

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Jennifer Brice
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Jennifer Brice

Associate Professor of English
English, 413 Lathrop Hall
p 315-228-7261

Degree

BA, Smith College, 1985; MFA, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1995

Specialties

Creative Nonfiction (essays, memoirs and literary journalism); science and nature writing; travel writing; literature of the North

Teaching Experience

Introduction to Creative Writing (Nonfiction), Nonfiction Prose I, Advanced Creative Writing Workshop, American Writers: Studies in Nonfiction, Travel Writing, Science and Nature Writing, Literary Journalism, Challenges of Modernity, Living Writers

Publications

Books
Unlearning to Fly (University of Nebraska, 2007; Bison Books, 2010)

The Last Settlers (Duquesne University, 1998)

Essays
In American Nature Writing, The Dolphin Reader, Ploughshares, River Teeth, Manoa, Under the Sun, Iron Horse, Permafrost, The Gettysburg Review, and The Sonora Review, among others.

Board Membership