Jean Roelke, Ph.D. | Department of English

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Jean Roelke, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer
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409A Language Bldg

Dr. Jean Roelke specializes in creative writing, poetry, visual art and bookmaking, with an emphasis on 20th century and contemporary American literature and art. She is currently executive director for the Ghost Town Arts Collective, a non-profit, interdisciplinary artists group that maintains a gallery space, and promotes regional art exhibitions, literary readings, and dance, musical, and video performances. She is also currently involved in a collaborative book project with photographer Tim Tracz. Her visual poetry has been published in the Little Magazine. A chapbook of her poetry has been published by Oil Hill Press.

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