Professor Michael Hart
Mike Hart is Huston-Tillotson’s Assistant Professor of English/Communications. He is interested in the intersections between language and emerging media, especially web development and digital design. He is also a fiction writer and a teacher of Huston-Tillotson’s fiction workshop.
Originally from Monroe, Louisiana, Mike got to Texas as fast as he could. He received his B.A. in Literature from Rhodes College, his M.A. in Literature/Writing from the University of Tennessee, and his M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Texas State University.
In the past, Mike taught at both the University of Tennessee and Texas State University in San Marcos. While at Tennessee, he also worked as a tutor in the University’s highly-decorated Writing Center. He has worked professionally as a writer, editor, and digital designer for a variety of companies. In addition to public and private readings, Mike’s fiction has appeared in several places including The Southwestern Review, The Southern Anthology, and The Greensboro Review. He has presented scholarly papers at a variety of conferences and plans to keep it up as long as he’s got something to say.
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|Role: Assistant Professor of English|
|Office: J-M 211|