Dr. Deborah Fleming

Deborah Fleming

Professor of English
Editor and Director of Ashland Poetry Press
Building: 
Center for the Humanities of Bixler Hall
Office Number: 
308
Department: 
Phone: 

Bio

  • Joined Ashland University faculty in 1993 and serves as editor and director of Ashland Poetry Press
  • Teaches courses in Creative Writing, Literature and Composition
  • Research interests are W. B. Yeats, Robinson Jeffers, Anglo-Irish literature, modern poetry and environmentalist literature
  • Author of “Into a New Country,” a 2016 collection of free verse and formalist poems published by Cherry Grove Collections; “Without Leave,” a novel published by Black Mountain Press; “Morning, Winter Solstice,” a collection of poetry published by Vineyard Press; “Migrations,” a collection of poetry published by Finishing Line Press; "A man who does not exist: The Irish Peasant in the Work of W. B. Yeats and J. M. Synge,” published by University of Michigan Press; and “Towers of Myth and Stone: Yeats's Influence on Robinson Jeffers,” published by University of South Carolina Press
  • Her collection of essays titled “Waiting for the Foal,” is due to be published in 2019 by Kent State University Press  
  • Received the Asheville Award in the Novel, the Vandewater Poetry Award, and a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities  
  • Served as keynote speaker at the W. B. Yeats Society of New York and the Tor House Foundation Fall Festival

Education

The Ohio State University, Ph.D., M.A., B.A.

I work in...

Ashland University’s English department teaches students to read well, think carefully, and write clearly, logically, and creatively with the goal of achieving intellectual rigor and contextual understanding. Majors Offered: English, Creative Writing, and Integrated Language... Read More

Events

Oct
19
By Arthur Miller | Adapted from Henrik Ibsen's play Directed...Read more
Oct
21
The title of the anthology Sangre mía / Blood of...Read more
Oct
22
Book Discussion: Our Kids-The American Dream in Crisis. Dauch 115...Read more
Oct
23
Maggie Smith is the author of three books of poetry:...Read more
Oct
27
The Ashland University Choir, Women's Chorus and the Ashland Area...Read more