Bachelor of Arts Degree • School of Arts and Sciences
Gary F. Leising, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English
Office: 310 Romano Hall
Gary Leising’s poems have appeared in many literary journals, including The Cincinnati Review, Connecticut Review, Quarterly West, Blackbird, and Sou’wester; his fiction has appeared in River Styx. His piece, “Toenails Diary,” won the 2008 Indiana Review 1/2K Prize. Gary’s reviews and essays have appeared in The James Dickey Newsletter, Pleiades, and Chicago Review, as well as in the book The Way We Read James Dickey: Critical Approaches for the Twenty-first Century. He teaches beginning and advanced creative writing courses, “Forms and Art of Poetry,” and contemporary American poetry; advises Ampersand, UC’s journal of art and literature; coordinates the Lunch Hour Series readings with Dr. Diane Matza; and has travelled abroad with UC students on the London Learning Experience.
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"My time in the classroom was invaluable, but my stay at UC would not have been as enriching without the Ampersand." "My time in the classroom was invaluable, but my stay at UC would not have been as enriching without the Ampersand. My efforts with the magazine gave me the opportunity to apply my talents and create friendships that I will carry on for years to come.""
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