Curriculum Vitae

 

Saul B. Lemerond

517 Ball Drive

Hanover, IN 47243

Tel: (812)-866-7206

lemeond@hanover.edu

 

 

EDUCATION

2018, PHD, English and Creative Writing, University of Louisiana—Lafayette,

 

2013, MA in fiction, Central Michigan University

                 

2011, BA in Creative Writing, summa cum laude, honors in the major, University of Wisconsin—Green Bay

 

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

Books

2022, Forthcoming:  Digital Voices: Podcasting in the Creative Writing Classroom. Bloomsbury Academic. Editor and Contributor  

 

Articles

2022, "Multimodal and Multicultural Literacies: The Virtues of

                  Podcasting in the Creative Writing Classroom: Diversity,                              Voice, and the New Digital Space." The Journal of

                  Creative Writing Studies. 

2019, "Creative Writing Across Mediums and Modes: A Pedagogical                          Model." The Journal of Creative Writing Studies.

                 

 

CREATIVE PUBLICATIONS

 

Books

2013, Kayfabe and Other Stories. A short story collection. One Wet                     Shoe Press.

 

Short Stories

2022, “The Lokaydes Thesis.” Purple Wall.

2021, “Janet and I try to get Frosted Strawberry Pop-Tarts at the Gilbert              Rd Super Target. It’s the One in Scottsdale. No, the Other One.                  The One on Gilbert.” Electric Spec.

2021, “Manifest and Latent Function and Disfunctions.” JMWW.

2021, “The Tuna of Your Mind.” K-Zine.

2021, “A Natural Extension of Inner Silence.” Big Purple Book of Stories.

2020, “Samuel Clemens and Mark Twain Walk into a Bar.” Great Ape.

2020, “A Natural Extension of Inner Silence.” Purple Wall.

2020, “San Antonio.” X-Ray Lit Mag.

2019, “The Size of a Backyard,” Flash Fiction Magazine.

2019, “Requiem in Walmart.” Ghost Parachute.

2019, “These are Juno’s First Worlds.” Bourbon Penn.

2019, “Natchitoches Funeral.” Five:2:One Magazine. Text and audio.

2018, “The Light of Possibilities.” decomP magazinE.

2018, “Acadiana Orange Groves.” Moon City Review.   

2017, “The Island, Language, and # Taboo.” Word Riot.

2017, “Minneapolis Cherry Blossoms.” Ink & Coda.

2017, “Pterrorshark vs. Sharkadactl.” Intrinsick

2017, “That Day in the School Yard.” Intrinsick.

2017, “Under Father Henry’s Shrub.” The Airgonaut.

2017, “Over Ben Aknoun.” Gigantic Sequins.

2014, “Sathington v. Willoughby.” Apocrypha and Abstractions.

2012, “Fake Barry.” The Greatest Lakes Review.

2011, “Sid’s Motor Bar.” The Waterhouse Review.

2010, “Blood Music.” Deadman’s Tome, Best of Demonic.

2009, “Blood Music.” Demonic Tome.

2009, “Good Day.” The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine. Podcast.

2009, “The Itch.” Sheepshead Review.

2009, “At Peace.” Sheepshead Review.

2009, “Tainted.” The Drabblecast. Podcast.

2008, “The Itch.” Necrotic Tissue.

2008, “The Hammer Falls.” Down in the Cellar.

2008, “Jim and Son.” Sheepshead Review.

2007, “Don’t Waste Your Time.” Sheepshead Review.

 

Poems

2015, “For John Hathorn’s The Grammar of Verbenas.” Oculus Vox.

2011, “Lucky Penny.” Low over Gratiot Road, Theodore Roethke Edition.             Spec. issue of Temenos.

2010, “This Monkey Don’t Write Shakespeare.” The Mega-zine.

2007, “Pills.” Sheepshead Review.    

2007, “God’s Sense of Humor.” Sheepshead Review.

Nonfiction

2015, “What Batman, Swearing, and Cigarettes Can Teach Us About                   Reading.” We Read Together.

2014, “Adverbs and Adjectives in Writing.” Love of the Literary.

2012, “White Fields and Emerson.” Notes Magazine.

2008, “Friday.” Sheepshead Review.

 

Reviews

2015, “The Dark Will End the Dark by Darrin Doyle.” Necessary Fiction.

            Interviews

2019, Leigh Comacho-Rourks, Fiction Writers Review

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

2018-2022 Assistant Professor, Hanover College

English 471: Senior Thesis, Three sections

English 370: D.S. 20th Century American Satire

English 370: D.S. Early American Literature

English 370: D.S. Novel Exploration

English 370: D.S. Creative Fiction: Mythology, Religion, and Tradition

English 360: Practicum in Literary Publishing

English 355: Advanced Creative Writing, Two Sections

English 353: Studies in Poetry, Two sections

English 352: Fiction & Poetry Workshop, Two Sections

English/Theatre 343: Screenwriting, Two sections

English 322: 20th Century Fiction

English 252: Creative Writing in the Digital Age, Three Sections

English 325: African American Literature, Two Sections

English 307: D.S. Fundamentals of Novel Writing

English 260: Creative Writing and the Podcast, Two Sections

English 247: Survey V: American Literature to 1900, Two Sections

English 182: Satire & the American Personality, Seven sections

English 173: Fiction and Its Genres

 

2014-2018, Graduate Assistant, University of Louisiana-Lafayette

English 320: Modern Fiction, All Possible Futures: Utopia, Dystopia, and Apocalypse

English 223: Introduction to Creative Writing

English 212: Comedy and Culture, Two sections

English Comp 102: Freshman Composition, Three sections

English Comp 101: Freshman Composition, Seven sections

 

2016-2018, Creative Writing Instructor, Achilles Art Studio, Lafayette

 

2015-2017, Assistant to the Director of Creative Writing, University of Louisiana-Lafayette

 

2013-2014, Instructor, Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College                  

English 096 Reading Comprehension

English 130 Public Speaking

English 242 Creative Writing

2013-2014, English Tutor, Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College            

2011-2013, Graduate Assistant, Central Michigan University            

English Comp 101: Freshman Composition, Eight sections

2010, Teaching Assistant, University of Wisconsin–Green Bay                                                                                 

English 290: Literary Studies

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

2022, “Multimodal Identities: How Podcasting Can Unbind Creative                      Voices.” Chair. Moderator. Presenter. Presented at AWP                              Conference (Association for Writers and Writing Programs).                      Philadelphia, PA.

2022, “The Neanderthal & the Fax Machine: Teaching the Surreal &                      Absurd.” Chair. Moderator. Presenter. Presented at AWP                            Conference (Association for Writers and Writing Programs).                      Philadelphia, PA.

2020,  “Teaching the Podcast: A New Exercise in Creative Writing                          Multimodality.” Chair. Moderator. Presenter. Presented at AWP                (Association for Writing Programs) Conference. San Antonio TX.

2019, “The Multimodal Classroom: Embracing Creative Writing in the                 21st Century.” Chair. Moderator. Presenter. Presented at the                     AWP (Association for Writing Programs) Conference. Portland,                 OR.

2019, “No Fantasy or Sci-Fi: Teaching Genre as Workshop.” Chair.                       Moderator. Presenter. Presented at the AWP (Association for                   Writing Programs) Conference. Portland, OR.

2017, “Twain and Clemens on Ward and Browne: Mark Twain’s                           ‘Jumping Frog’ Sketch as Artemus Ward Parody.” Presented at                    The Deep South Global South Conference. Lafayette, LA.

2016, “Steam Punk: The Development and Expansion of 18th Century               Popular Science Fiction.” Presented at The Louisiana Steam Punk             Festival. Lafayette, LA.

 

SERVICE

2022 Admitted Students Day, English Faculty Representative

2021 & 2022 Hanover Incubator Committee

2021, “Faculty Development Group,” Facilitator

2021, “Recording Yourself,” Discussion Group

2021, “Incorporating Digital Resources into Teaching,” Discussion Group

2021, “Meaningful Class Discussion,” Discussion Group

2019, Presenter. “Critical Reading: Help Students Develop Reading                     Skills Necessary to Thrive in College and Beyond,” Faculty August             Experience.

2019, Writer. Indiana Humanities Grant. Hanover will host Dr. Lasana               Kazembe, an expert on Indiana Black Arts Movement Poets and               musicians, for National Poetry Month.

2019, Guest Lecturer. “A Select History of Apocalyptic Literature.” Geek-             a-ton

2018 & 2019, Faculty Representative. Crowe Scholarship Interviews

2018 & 2019, Faculty Representative. Hanover At A Glance

2018-2022, Advisor. Kennings.(For which I was nominated and a                                   finalist for a Student Leadership award)

2018, Faculty Presenter, English Department Colloquium.

2018, Judge. Geeky Halloween Scary Story Contest.

EDITORIAL EXPERINCE

2018-2021, Reader, Gigantic Sequins

2014-2016, Fiction Editor, Rougarou, University of Louisiana-Lafayette

2012-2013, Managing Editor, Temenos, Central Michigan University

2011-2012, Poetry Editor, Temonos, Central Michigan University

2010-2011, Editor-in-Chief, Sheepshead Review, University of                                         Wisconsin–Green Bay,

2009-2010, Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief, Sheepshead Review,                                   University of Wisconsin—Green Bay

2008-2009, Poetry Editor, Sheepshead Review, University of Wisconsin                       —Green Bay