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Portrait of Cameron McGill

Cameron McGill


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Cameron is a writer, educator, musician, and the poetry editor of Blood Orange Review. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The American Poetry Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, Mid-American Review, Sonora Review, Willow Springs, and elsewhere. His chapbook, Meridians, is forthcoming fall 2019 from Willow Springs Books. He holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Idaho. He teaches Composition and Creative Writing in the English Department, where he serves as co-director of the WSU Visiting Writers Series. He also lends a hand teaching Digital Storytelling in the Digital Technology and Culture program at WSU.

Selected Work

CutBank-“41.9740° N, 87.6782° W,” forthcoming 2019
Grist –
 “Meridians,” forthcoming 2019
Sonora Review –
“44.6336° N, 86.2345° W,” forthcoming 2019
Third Coast –
“40.1164° N, 88.2434° W,” forthcoming 2019
Beloit Poetry Journal –
“44.6336° N, 86.2345° W,” Vol. 69 No. 1, Spring 2019
The American Poetry Review – “Drunk With Zodiac,” March/April 2018
Willow Springs –  “After Work,” Issue 82, June 2018
Lunch Review – “[FACTS] VELOCITIES,” Fall 2018
Mid-American Review – “Because I Did Not Die,” Fall 2018
Raleigh Review – “Pharaoh,” “Following Instructions,” Fall 2018
The Harvard Advocate – “Likeness,” “Elegy,” Winter 2018

Courses Taught

ENG 101: College Composition
ENG 251: Introduction to Creative Writing: Exploring the Genres
DTC/ENG 354: Digital Storytelling