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Meg Files

Chairwoman of the English and Journalism Department

Pima Community College

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Pima Community College

4905 E BROADWAY BLVD

Tucson, Arizona,85709

United States

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Employment History

Chairwoman of the English and Journalism Departments

PCC-West Campus


Director

Colorado Mountain Writers' Workshop


Writer

Allworth Press


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Meg Files - "How to Write the Truth (and Still Stay in the Family Will)"
Meg Files is the chair of the English and Journalism Department at Pima Community College in Tucson. She also teaches creative writing and created and directs the annual Pima Writers' Workshop since 1988. She has also served as director of the Colorado Mountain Writers' Workshop and the Gila Writers' Conference as well as the Writing It Real Conference with Sheila Bender and Jack Heffron. She has a Bread Loaf Fellowship and was the James Thurber Writer-in-Residence at Ohio State University and a featured poet at the 2005 Tucson Poetry Festival. She won the Doris Leadbetter Writer-in-Residence at Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia. Her published books include: The Third Law of Motion, her latest novel (2012). Oh my heck, as we said in the day, here is a novel of a time when we faced the first "dangers"-boys and girls-and now that harm seems curious and charming, and so delicious in Meg Files' vivid novel. Kaleidoscope an anthology of the Martindale Award Winners at Pima Community College, edited by Nancy Wall and Meg Files (2007)


Write Word main page

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Meg Files - "How to Write the Truth (and Still Stay in the Family Will)"
Meg Files is the chair of the English and Journalism Department at Pima Community College in Tucson. She also teaches creative writing and created and directs the annual Pima Writers' Workshop since 1988. She has also served as director of the Colorado Mountain Writers' Workshop and the Gila Writers' Conference as well as the Writing It Real Conference with Sheila Bender and Jack Heffron. She has a Bread Loaf Fellowship and was the James Thurber Writer-in-Residence at Ohio State University and a featured poet at the 2005 Tucson Poetry Festival. She won the Doris Leadbetter Writer-in-Residence at Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia. Her published books include: The Third Law of Motion, her latest novel (2012). Oh my heck, as we said in the day, here is a novel of a time when we faced the first "dangers"-boys and girls-and now that harm seems curious and charming, and so delicious in Meg Files' vivid novel. Kaleidoscope an anthology of the Martindale Award Winners at Pima Community College, edited by Nancy Wall and Meg Files (2007)


Algonkian Faculty | Literary Agents, Authors, and Editors

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Meg FilesMeg Files is chair of the English department at Pima Community College.Her novel, MERIDIAN 144 was nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award.Her other books include a collection of short fiction, HOME IS THE HUNTER, and a nonfiction, WRITE FROM LIFE, published by Writers' Digest Books.She was James Thurber Writer-in-Residence at OSU and Jack Kerouac Writer-in-Residence in Orlando.


Tucson Festival of Books | Duke Southard

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My thanks to the Tucson Festival of Books for sponsoring the competition and to Meg Files of Pima County College for her leadership role in the entire awards process.


www.higheredhottopics.com

Meg Files has been teaching creative writing at Pima Community College (AZ) since 1987 and, in the process, she has created a community of writers.
Files launched the Pima Writer's Workshop, which has grown to a four-day event, plus she has convinced the college to add more writing classes into the curriculum. She nurtures writers and encourages them to be respectful and supportive when critiquing one another's works. Read about this one woman making a big difference at her community college here.


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