Tina Harris is editor-in-chief for PMS poemmemoirstory.
She earned her MA in English with an Emphasis in Creative Writing from UAB in 2002.
Her teaching experience includes teaching at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Jefferson State Community College as an adjunct instructor, as well as teaching creative writing in community programs.
She is a founding member, teacher and the director of the Magic City Community Writers.
creative work has been published in a variety of journals including Santa Clara Review
, and As Ordinary and Sacred as Blood: Alabama Women Speak.
was awarded the 2003 Barksdale-Maynard Poetry Award and the 2002 Sigma Tau Delta National Conference Awards for poetry and memoir.
While a graduate student at UAB, Harris edited the award-winning Aura Literary Arts Review and received the Gloria Howton Award for Creative Writing, the 2003 Outstanding UAB Woman Student Award and the 2002 Vice President's Award.
personal interests include creative writing and pottery.
Before beginning her studies at UAB, Harris served as a wilderness counselor for delinquent boys.