Douglas Manual, Ashland MFA Poetry Faculty

Douglas Manuel

Bio

Douglas Manuel was born in Anderson, Indiana. He received a BA in Creative Writing from Arizona State University and a MFA from Butler University where he was the Managing Editor of Booth a Journal. He is currently a Middleton and Dornsife Fellow at the University of Southern California where he is pursuing a PhD in Literature and Creative Writing. He was a recipient of the Chris McCarthy Scholarship for the Napa Valley Writers’ Conference and has been the Poetry Editor for Gold Line Press as well as was one of the Managing Editors of Ricochet Editions. His poems are featured on Poetry Foundation's website and have appeared or are forthcoming in Poetry Northwest, Superstition Review, Rhino, North American Review, The Chattahoochee Review, New Orleans Review, Crab Creek Review, Many Mountains Moving, Figure 1, and elsewhere. His first full length collection of poems, Testify, was released by Red Hen Press in the spring of 2017.

Education

Ph.D. Literature and Creative Writing, forthcoming, USC
MFA in Creative Writing, Butler University

Events

Jan
21
Martin Luther King Day 2019 Racial Profiling: The Content of...Read more
Feb
3
Ashland University will host a remembrance to honor the memory...Read more
Feb
12
Under the direction of Leonard Salvo , Ashland Area Community...Read more
Feb
15
By Anton Chekhov | Adapted by Sarah Ruhl There's a...Read more