BiographyDr. Bill Snyder
B.A., Florida Atlantic University; M.A., Temple University; Ph.D., Florida State University
Research Interests: Creative writing; Intertextual/mixed-genre writing; Contemporary poetry; Modern British, Postcolonial and World literatures
Recent Projects and Achievements:
Professor Snyder was awarded a 2004 ND Council on the Arts Individual Artist Fellowship for literature. He has also read from his chapbook My Mother Liked Leno Best at the Poetry Society of South Carolina in Charleston on September 12, 2003. The chapbook won the society's 2002 Kinloch Rivers Chapbook Competition. Other publications include poems "What Happens to Curt Cobain" in Bryant Literary Review, "A Train Into Morning" in Chaffin Journal, "Desire" in Ship of Fools, "Rain and the Smell of Time" in The Louisville Review, and "I Make a Poem While Steaming Pots" in English Journal.