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Krieg, Brandon J.

Krieg, Brandon J.

Assistant Professor
Lytle Hall 135A
  • Degrees
    Ph.D., English with a Creative Writing Emphasis (Poetry), Western Michigan University
  • Biography
    Dr. Krieg specializes in creative writing/poetry, environmental literature, poetry/poetics, and American literature after the Civil War. He has published three collections of poems, including Magnifier, winner of the 2019 Colorado Prize for Poetry chosen by Kazim Ali and published by The Center for Literary Publishing at Colorado State University. His poems have appeared in AGNI, Conjunctions, Crazyhorse, The Iowa Review, West Branch, and many other journals. He is the English faculty advisor for Essence: Fine Arts and Literary Magazine and a co-advisor of Shoofly Literary Magazine.
  • Course Regularly Taught
    WRI 312: Creative Writing: Poetry
    WRI 108: Introduction to Creative Writing
    ENG 108: Poetry and Poetics
    CMP 100: Effective Composition
  • Publications
    Magnifier, Center for Literary Publishing, 2019
    In the Gorge, Codhill Press, 2017
    Invasives, New Rivers Press, 2014

    Source to Mouth, New Michigan Press, 2012

    Selected Recent Journals:
    “Drift,” Denver Quarterly, 2020
    “For Caesar’s I Am,” The Minnesota Review, 2019
    “Not so Far,” “Ducdame, Ducdame, Ducdame,” “Joy of the Worm!,” “Mice do worse,”
    “Lost Chord,” Conjunctions (Online Exclusive), 2019
    “In a Public Downhill,” Chicago Review Online, 2019
    “Sick Georgic (I),” Witness (Online), 2019
    “Two Notes,” Notre Dame Review, 2019
    “Plainsong” and “Belief is Mustard,” DIAGRAM, 2019
    “Invocation” and “No-Gate Road,” Seneca Review, 2019
    “Stranded,” Spoon River Poetry Review, 2019
    “Better than by Diagrams of the Constellations…,” (long poem), Seattle Review, 2019
    “Stairs,” North Dakota Quarterly, 2019
    “Letter from Lost City,” AGNI, 2018
    “Walks Scribbled over Scribbled over Walks,” Conjunctions (Online Exclusive), 2018
    "Magnifier, “ "Reliance Inventory," "Users with Access," "In Case of Loss," DIAGRAM, 2018
    “Open Letter,” Berkeley Poetry Review, 2018
    “Fog on Saddle Mountain,” The Journal, 2018
    “I Find Not Following,” RHINO, 2018
    “City by the Bay,” The Cortland Review, 2018
    “Reed” and “Coat,” FIELD, 2017
    “Lapse in Spring” and “On not Reaching the Summit,” The Cincinnati Review, 2017
    “The Oak-Whale,” North American Review, 2017
  • Class Schedule
    Term Days Start Time End Time Course Location
    Fall 2023 MWF 10:00AM 10:50AM CMP 100 025 BK213
    Fall 2023 MWF 2:00PM 2:50PM WRI 312 010 LY114
    Fall 2023 MWF 1:00PM 1:50PM WRI 108 010 LY120
    Fall 2023 MWF 11:00AM 11:50AM CMP 100 032 BK105