Robin Tremblay-McGaw

Robin Tremblay-McGaw
Robin Tremblay-McGaw is a writer and scholar who lives in San Francisco and teaches at Santa Clara University and in Bard’s Language & Thinking Program.  She is most recently the co-editor with Rob Halpern of From Our Hearts to Yours: New Narrative as Contemporary Practice (ON Contemporary Practice, 2017). Her book of poems, Dear Reader (Ithuriel's Spear), came out in August 2015. Her critical and creative work has appeared in Feminist Spaces 2.2. MELUSTripwireAufgabe, Little Red Leaves, Elderly, Santa Clara Review, On: Contemporary Practice, HOW2, Crayon, Mirage, Digital Artifact Magazine, POM2, Narrativity, Biting the Error: Writers Explore Narrative (Toronto: Coach House Books, 2004), and elsewhere. Her essay/poem “the queen’s english ain’t her own” is forthcoming in Queenzenglish edited by Kyoo Lee (Roof Books). For many years, Robin edited the poetry blog xpoetics.blogspot.com. For the last two years, with two of her SCU colleagues, Robin has been working on grant-funded projects on multimodal assignments. The team is currently building an SCU multimodal projects website which will be live in the fall and will include links to research, sample assignments, and student work.

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