Profile

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Dr. Robert D. Schultz

John P. Fishwick Professor of English

Department: English
Office: 215 Miller Hall
540-375-2365

schultz@roanoke.edu

Courses

Degrees

B.A., Luther College

M.F.A., M.A., and Ph.D., Cornell University

Homepage

www.robertschultz.us

Research & Teaching Interests

Creative Writing - Poetry, Fiction, Nonfiction; Classical Greece; Literary Modernism; American Literature; Contemporary Literature; Film

Scholarly Activities

Publications include a novel, The Madhouse Nudes (Simon & Schuster, 1997 and 2008); two collections of poetry, Winter in Eden (Loess Hills Books, 1997) and Vein Along the Fault (The Laueroc Press, 1979); the nonfiction We Were Pirates: A Torpedoman's Pacific War (Naval Institute Press, 2009); short stories and memoir essays; essays on poetics; articles on Modern and comtemporary American poets, including Ezra Pound and Gary Snyder; and numerous reviews of contemporary American poetry.

Extracurricular

Baseball, Flyfishing

Books

We Were Pirates: A Torpedoman's Pacific War (nonfiction)
The Madhouse Nudes (a novel)
Winter in Eden (poems)
Vein Along the Fault (poems)
for information on works in progress visit www.robertschultz.us

Recent Publications

The poem "Choeung Ek" is anthologized in Villanelle_ by Everyman Library in its Pocket Poetry series. A gallery of new poems by Robert Schultz and works by Vietnamese-American artist Binh Danh appear in the Winter 2009 issue of _The Virginia Quarterly Review_. More new poems from _The Scent of Mint_, a work in progress, are in _Subtropics_ , _The Northwest Review_,_Diode, and on the website of Scribners' Best American Poetry anthology. For updates and public events, visit www.robertschultz.us

Distinctions

National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellowship in Fiction; The Virginia Quarterly Review Emily Clark Balch Prize for Poetry; Cornell University Corson-Bishop Poetry Prize; Yale Younger Poets Prize, Finalist; Academy of American Poets Walt Whitman Award, Finalist; Featured Iowa Poet, Des Moines National Poetry Festival; Virginia Foundation for the Humanities Residency Fellowship; Artist-in-Residence, Luther College

Available as a Media resource for the following topics

contemporary poetry, fiction, film

Willing to speak to professional, social or civic groups on

contemporary poetry, fiction, film, Walt Whitman and the Civil War

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