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Jeremiah Chamberlin is the Associate Director of the English Department Writing
Program at the University of Michigan, where he teaches English, Literature, and
Creative Writing. He is the recipient of numerous teaching awards from U-M, including
the David and Linda Moscow Prize for Excellence in Teaching Composition (2005),
the Lloyd Hall Instructor of the Year Award (2006), the Ben Prize for Excellence in
Teaching Writing (2010), and the Outstanding Mentor Award from the Undergraduate
Research Opportunity Program (2011).

In addition to his work at the University of Michigan, he is also a Contributing Editor for
Poets & Writers Magazine and the Publisher of the online literary journal Fiction Writers
Review. His fiction, criticism, literary interviews, and essays appear regularly in such
places as The New York Times Book Review, Glimmer Train, Granta, Flyway, Vagabond,
The Michigan Quarterly Review, LSA Magazine, and The Virginia Quarterly Review.
He is also the co-author with Natalie Bakopoulos and Eileen Pollack of the creative non-
fiction textbook Creative Composition, forthcoming from Cengage in 2013.