Office: Curry 335G
Michael Pittard is a lecturer in the English Department at UNCG. He obtained an MFA in Poetry from UNCG in 2019, and got his BA in Creative Writing and History from Warren Wilson College in 2016. He served as a poetry editor for The Greensboro Review from 2018-19. His primary research area is poetry, although he dabbles in criticism, drama, and non-fiction as well. His creative work can be found in Red Flag Poetry, and his book reviews can be found in Tupelo Quarterly and storySouth.
Poem, “To Fall Asleep” https://www.redflagpoetry.com/poetry-express/archives/02-2019
Review, “I’m not human, I’m grammarian’:” Life, Being, and Grammar in Aditi Machado’s Some Beheadings” http://www.tupeloquarterly.com/im-not-human-im-grammarian-life-being-and-grammar-in-aditi-machados-some-beheadings/
Review, “No Such Thing As Good White People:” Empathy and Integrity in Jericho Brown’s The Tradition http://www.storysouth.com/2019/03/jericho-brown-the-tradition.html
Michael Pittard’s CV