Assistant Professor in Creative Writing
Office: Herring Hall 314
Paul Otremba is the author of two poetry collections, The Currency (Four Way Books 2009) and Pax Americana (Four Way Books 2015). He has published widely in journals, including Kenyon Review, New England Review, Literary Imagination, Southwest Review, Witness, and multiple appearances on Poetry Daily. In honor of his poetry, he has received scholarships and fellowships from the Bread Loaf Writersâ€™ Conference, a Barthelme Memorial Fellowship, a Krakow Poetry Seminar Fellowship, and a prize from the Academy of American Poets.
His essays, poetry reviews, and food writing have appeared in Tikkun, The Houston Chronicle, Spoon Magazine, and in the anthology American Poets in the 21st Century: The New Poetics. Paul also teaches in the low-residency MFA program for writers at Warren Wilson College.
20th-21st C. U.S. Literature, Creative Writing, Poetry & Poetics
Ph.D., University of Houston
M.F.A., University of Maryland