Jennifer Pullen

Jennifer Pullen
Assistant Professor of Creative Writing/Fiction
Dukes Memorial 106
525 S Main St, Ada, OH, 45810
Research Interests
Fiction Writing, Pedagogy, Gender Studies, Environmental Humanities, Popular Culture Studies, Fantasy and Science Fiction, Fairy Tales
Employee degree:

BA, Whitworth College

MFA, Eastern Washington University

PHD, Ohio University


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Recent Scholarship:

A Bead of Amber on Her Tongue. Winner of the Fabulist Fiction Award. Berkeley, CA: Omnidawn Press, 2019.

“The Way to the Tower.” F(r)iction. Spring (2019). 
“Our Hidden Prime Directive: How Classism Teaches People to Leave Spaceships and Wizards out of the Classroom.” Imaginative Teaching through Creative Writing: A Guide for Secondary Classrooms. Eds Chris Drew and Amy Ash. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2021. 

Classes Taught:

Intermediate and Advanced Fiction Workshop; Environmental Literature; Topics in Fiction: Fairy Tales and Mythology in Literature and Film; Topics in Writing: "Fantasy and Science Fiction Writing," "Writing the Fairy Tale," "Writing Post-Apocalyptic Fiction"; Magazine Publishing Practicum; Introduction to Creative Writing.