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Michael Martin

Adjunct Lecturer

Academic Division: Arts & Humanities
781-239-2234

Bio

Michael Gerhard Martin holds an MFA from the University of Pittsburgh. He teaches first year rhetoric at Babson, and fiction for the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth. His work has appeared in the Ocean State Review, The Museum of Americana Lit Review, Bayou Magazine, The Rust Belt Chic Pittsburgh Anthology, and on Salon.com. He has been a finalist for the Dzanc Disquiet International Literary Festival short play contest, the Nelligan Prize, the Iowa Short Fiction Award & John Simmons Short Fiction Award, a Glimmer Train New Writers contest, and the Hudson Prize. He won the 2013 James Knudsen Prize for fiction from the University of New Orleans, and he is the author of the short story collection, Easiest If I Had A Gun.​

Academic Degrees

  • MFA, University of Pittsburgh
  • BA, University of Pittsburgh

Academic Interests

Composition; Fiction; Speech

Courses

Degree Courses 2016-2017
  • RHT 1000: RHETORIC I
Degree Courses 2015-2016
  • RHT 1000: RHETORIC I
  • RHT 1001: RHETORIC II
  • LVA 2022: THE SPECULATIVE GENRES