South City Campus: Monday/Wednesday 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Taylorsville Redwood: Tuesday/Thursday 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Phd from University of Utah in 2004
MA from Western Washington University in 1998
BA from University of Oregon in 1991
Publications Studies Committee
Selected Publications/Scholarly Activity
In The House, FC2, 2010 (collection of short stories); “OC/D” (essay) forthcoming in Creative Nonfiction; fiction, essays, and poetry published in Hotel America, Ninth Letter, Tin House. “Domestic Drama,” originally published in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, named Notable Story in Best American Mystery Stories 2011.
Lynn Kilpatrick earned a PhD in Creative Writing/Fiction from the University of Utah. She has an MA in English/Poetry from Western Washington University. She is an Associate Professor in the English Department and teaches Composition, Fiction, Nonfiction and Novel Writing, Literature and Theory.
Lynn’s book of short stories, In the House, was published by FC2. Her essays, fiction, and poetry have been published in Creative Nonfiction, Hotel America, Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine and Ninth Letter. Her poem “Francis Bacon Sestina” was anthologized in The Incredible Sestina Anthology. She delivered the Distinguished Faculty Lecture, “First Person Spaces,” in 2008.
Her current projects at SLCC include Faculty Advising, and a linked composition courses with Education. She is currently working on completing at Young Adult novel, and a book length nonfiction project.
Other links: http://lynnkilpatrick.com/
Research/Areas of Interest: Geography, Domestic Fiction, Creative Writing, Publishing, Architecture & Narrative