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Campbell, Malcolm W.

Campbell, Malcolm W.
Lecturer | First-Year Writing
Cameron 110
704-687-1908

mwcampbe@uncc.edu


Education

  • M.F.A. in Writing, Vermont College of Fine Arts, 2008
  • B.A. in English Literature, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1989

Areas of Interest

  •  Digital literacy
  • Pedagogical approaches to social media
  • Humor as a pedagogical tool
  • Contemporary literary fiction
  • Writing fiction and creative nonfiction
  • Asking questions?
 

Selected Publications and Presentations

  • Author, “The Whales Moved On,” North Carolina Literary Review, 2009. Story was the winner of the 2008 Doris Betts Fiction Prize, judged by Tim Gautreaux
  • Contributor, “What’s in a Name?” On Air: Essays from NPR Station WFAE, Main Street Rag Publishing, 2004
  • Editor, Baseline Selling by Dave Kurlan, AuthorHouse, 2005
  • Author, Play Hard Rest Easy: Carolinas & Georgia, Walkabout Press, 2004
  • Ghostwriter & Editor, Rock Solid Golf by Dana Rader, Walkabout Press, 2002
  • Author, Play Hard, Rest Easy: New England, Walkabout Press, 2001
  • Author, More than 85 national and regional magazine and newspaper features

Conferences and Presentations

  • Featured speaker, Charlotte Writer’s Club-North, “Travel and Fiction Writing,” May, 2011
  • Faculty, North Carolina Writers’ Network Spring Conference, Chapel Hill, NC, “How to Break Into Nonfiction Publishing,” 2010
  • Guest Faculty, North Carolina Writers’ Network Fall Conference, Chapel Hill, NC, “How to Write How-To Books & Articles,” 2009
  • On-stage Interviewer, Novello Festival of Reading, Public Library of Charlotte-Mecklenburg County, with New York Times best-selling author, Armistead Maupin
  • Speaker, "The Tao of Self Doubt: Ancient Wisdom for Modern Writers," Vermont College of Fine Arts, Montpelier, VT, 2007
  • Keynote speaker, Annual Friends of Rudisill Library Benefit Event, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, NC, 2006
  • Keynote speaker, Annual Friends of Everett Library Fall Event, Queens University of Charlotte, Charlotte, NC, 2005
  • Panelist, North Carolina Writers’ Network Fall Conference, Chapel Hill, NC, “Travel Writing Panel Discussion,” 2001
 

Courses Taught

  • ENGL 1101 Freshman Composition
  • ENGL 1102 Writing in the Academic Community
  • ENGL 1103: Accelerated Writing and Inquiry in Academic Contexts
  • ENGL 1103: University Honors Program

Professional Appointments

  • UNC Charlotte.  Lecturer (2011-present), Adjunct Instructor (2010-2011)
  •  Queens University of Charlotte, Charlotte, NC, Adjunct Instructor (2010-2011)
  • Teacher-Consultant, National Writing Project, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Summer 2010.
  • Secretary & Executive Committee member, Board of Trustees, North Carolina Writers’ Network: 2008 – present 
  •  Advisory Board, Novello Festival Press: 2003 – 2010