English and Creative Writing

Eric May

Associate Professor

624 S Michigan, Rm 1200
Phone: (312) 369-7628
Email: emay@colum.edu

Biography

Eric May graduated with a BA in Writing/English from Columbia in 1975 and the following year joined what was then Columbia's Writing/English Department as a part-time instructor. He moved to Washington D.C. in 1985 to attend graduate school at American University and began working at the Washington Post as a newsroom clerk. In 1987, he joined the Post staff where he was a reporter on the Metro section. He returned to Columbia College in 1993. His fiction and nonfiction have been published in such literary anthologies as Criminal Class Review, Briefly Knocked Unconscious By a Low-flying Duck, Fish Stories: Collective I, Sport Literate, Angels in My Oven, and f5 Magazine. May is a Certified Story Workshop Director, and former Associate Faculty member at the Stonecoast Writers' Conference in Maine and Solstice Writers' Conference in Massachusetts, and a past Board of Judges member for the Columbia University Scholastic Press Association (CSPA). His debut novel, Bedrock Faith, is scheduled to be published by Akashic Books in early 2014.

Degrees

B.A., Columbia College Chicago 1975

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