Courses: CRWR 4001 Advanced Fiction Workshop
Dr. Becca Babcock is a writer, a writing instructor, and an actor. She teaches academic, professional, and technical writing.
Courses: ENGL 1100, ENGL 1040
- 20th Century American Literature and Culture
- Periodical Studies
- Gender Studies
- Pulp Fiction
BA (Brandon University)
MA (University of Saskatchewan)
PhD (Dalhousie University)
Selected and Forthcoming Publications:
Leading with the Chin: Writing Masculinities in Esquire, 1960-1989 (forthcoming).
“True Men and Queer Spaces in Truman Capote’s Answered Prayers.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction, 2017, pp. 1-14, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00111619.2017.1317233. Accessed 2 May 2017.
“Liminal States and Provisional Citizens.” English Studies in Canada, vol. 38, no. 2, 2012, pp. 13-16.
“COMMUNITY, IDENTITY, STABILITY”: The Scientific Society and the Future of Religion in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World.” English Studies in Canada, vol. 37, no. 3-4, 2011, pp. 83-105.
Courses: ENGL 3098/CRWR 3010 Creative Writing: Poetry I
Phone: (902) 494-7095
Carole's most recent work is a book of linked short stories titled "I Am What I Am Because You Are What You Are," published by Gaspereau Press in October 2015 which was shortlisted for the Alistair MacLeod Award for Short Fiction in 2016.
She was Artist/Writer-in-Residence, Dalhousie Medical School through Humanities- HEALS program, 2016 and Writer-in Residence at the Joy Kogawa House, January 31- March 31, 2017.
Courses: ENGL 3099/CRWR 3020 Creative Writing: Fiction I
Phone: (902) 494-7095
Charlotte Mendel has worked in the field of education for over fifteen years. As an Instructional Designer, she has designed and developed over one hundred interactive multimedia courses on subjects ranging from marketing expertise to workplace safety to Microsoft Office applications. As an instructor she has delivered a range of leadership courses, including business and creative writing courses. Charlotte currently teaches in the Creative Writing Program at Dalhousie University.
Charlotte has published a range of short stories as well as two novels. Her first novel, Turn Us Again, won the 2011 H. R. Percy Novel Prize, the 2012 Beacon Award for Social Justice, and the 2014 Margaret and John Savage First Book Award. Her latest novel, A Hero, (Inanna Publications, 2015) was shortlisted for the 2016 William Saroyan International Prize for Writing and was a Finalist in the 2016 International Book Awards in the General Fiction category.
Courses: CRWR 3001
Donna Morrissey has written six nationally bestselling novels and she's been translated in six different languages. She has received awards in Canada, the U.S., and England. Her novel Sylvanus Now was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize, and she was nominated for a Gemini for best writing for the film Clothesline Patch. Her latest novel, The Fortunate Brother, was nominated Best Crime Novel of the year, and won The Thomas Raddall for best in Atlantic Fiction. Born and raised in Newfoundland, she now lives in Halifax.