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Nancy Rowe

Assistant Director of Writing Across the Curriculum, Instructor

Nancy Rowe
Nancy Rowe

Prof. Nancy Rowe also teaches argumentative writing, creative writing and introductory literature courses. She received an MFA with distinction from the University of New Orleans and earned a BS from Colorado State University. Nancy has published several non-fiction pieces in Architect/Builder and in Louisiana in Words. Additionally, she won a first place award for fiction at the Gulf Coast Association of Creative Writing Teachers conference. Nancy taught writing at Tulane University and has also tutored graduate students in Loyola’s Institute of Ministry. Her writing and literary curiosities lean toward magical realism, young adult fiction and gothic Southern literature. Some of her favorite writings come from Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Flannery O’Connor, Rumi and Lorrie Moore. Additionally, Nancy has an interesting collection of perfectly round rocks that she has plucked from various U.S. states and countries.

Degrees

M.F.A., University of New Orleans; B.S., Colorado State University

Classes Taught

  • Writing About Literature
  • Critical Reading-Writing

Areas of Expertise

Magical Realism, Young Adult Fiction, Gothic Southern Literature