Personal tools

Haynes, Douglas

Douglas Haynes
 

Office: Radford 204

Phone: 920-424-0914

Email: haynesd@uwosh.edu

Office Hours:  T,R 10:00-11:30am and by appt.

 

Personal Statement

I write poetry, personal essays, and narrative nonfiction. Much of my work focuses on the ways contemporary places are transformed by transnational forces such as migration and climate change. Currently, I am working on a book of narrative nonfiction about water, displacement, and climate change in Nicaragua.

Recommended Reading

  • Refusing Heaven, Jack Gilbert
  • Palestinian Walks, Raja Shehadeh
  • Nox, Anne Carson
  • By the Lake of Sleeping Children, Luis Alberto Urrea

Degrees

  • MFA, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Poetry (2002)
  • BA, University of Wisconsin Madison, English and Environmental Studies (1996)

Courses Taught

  • 354/544 Travel, Literature, & Culture
  • 350/405/709 Travel Writing in Nicaragua
  • 308/508 Autobiography
  • 302 Advanced Composition: Humanities
  • 214 American Literature II
  • 204 Introduction to Creative Writing
  • WBIS 188 Immigrants & Exiles

Selected Publications and/or Activities:

  • "Of Monarchs and Men." Flyway: Writing & Environment. Spring 2011. 
  • "Which Mob Are You In?" CommonDreams.org. March 14, 2011. 
  • "Payments to the Earth." Isotope: A Journal of Literary Nature and Science Writing. Fall/Winter 2009. 
  • "The Door" & "Sunday, San Martin Chile Verde." Babel Fruit. Autumn 2008. 
  • “Alopecia.” Bellevue Literary Review. Spring 2007. 
  • “Images, Gods, and Iowa.” North American Review. Nov./Dec. 2004. 
  • “Seeing Shadows.” Orion Web Exclusive. May 2003.
Document Actions
by Bushner, Anthony J last modified Feb 11, 2014 09:48 AM