Charles Henley

Charles M Henley

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Rep.

McMicken Hall

350I

A&S English - 0069

Professional Summary

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Rep.
A&S English & Comparative Literature - 0069

Positions and Work Experience

2006 -2008 Visiting Instructor, Department of English, The Florida State University., Tallahassee, Florida

Research and Practice Interests

I am currently working on a collection of short stories entitled A Pocket Full of Atom Bombs

Abbreviated Publications

Fiction

Charles M. Henley. "The Golden Horde of Mississippi". Best New American Voices 2005, 2005.

Charles M. Henley. "The Day Hank Williams Died". Another Chicago Magazine, 2004.

"In a Valley of Dried Bones," The Greensboro Review, Fall 2009

"Satellite Mother," Copper Nickel, Spring 2010

Honors and Awards

2006 Nominated for Best New American Voices

2005 Finalist for the 2006 Barry Hannah Fiction Prize awarded by The Yalobusha Review

2005 Kingsbury Fellowship, The Florida State University

2004 “The Golden Horde of Mississippi” selected for inclusion in Best New American Voices 2005

1999 Teaching Writing Fellow, University of Alabama

Courses Taught

15-ENGL-208 AMERICAN WRITERS

15-ENGL-208 AMERICAN WRITERS

15-ENGL-212 CREAT WRIT: FICTION

15-ENGL-122 GRAPHIC NOVELS

15-ENGL-212 CREAT WRIT: FICTION

15-ENGL-220 INTRO SCIENCE FICT

15-ENGL-207 AMERICAN WRITERS

15-ENGL-303 SURVEY-AMERICAN LIT

ENGL305 Writing for Majors