to the home page of James Plath,
Holding flask given to F. Scott Fitzgerald by Zelda -
Matthew J. & Arlyn Bruccoli Collection, University
of South Carolina.)
In fall 2020 I'm teaching the following classes:
Film 110: Film Aesthetics
English 110: The Short Story
English 201: Writing Fiction
Current or prospective students can access basic information
about me and other courses I teach at my E-vita. For
other departmental or university information, consult the Illinois Wesleyan University home
page. If you need to contact me, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early case of senioritis? Classes getting you down? Out of school, but thinking of returning? Try this booster. Thinking of taking a semester off-campus? I highly recommend that you consider IWU's London Program, Denmark's International Studies Program (nearly everyone in Copenhagen speaks English!).
A REMOVABLE FEAST!
Feel free to download these quotes I've assembled:
One good indicator of campus life is the student newspaper. Since
1988, I've been privileged to serve as faculty adviser to The
Argus, one of the oldest, continuously published college
newspapers in America.
I just finished Critical Insights: Conspiracy, and
before that The
100 Greatest Literary Characters for Rowman
& Littlefield (co-written with Kirk Curnutt and Gail
Sinclair). Up next: a creative project and a book on John Updike's
The Maples Stories.
I've been a film critic for various sites since 2000, as well as
a longtime member of the Online
Film Critics Society and a Rotten
Tomatoes "Approved Tomatometer" critic. I currently write
movie reviews for my blog, FamilyHomeTheater.
Questions or comments should be directed to: email@example.com