Associate Professor of Instruction

ingram@temple.edu
(215)204-1731
1150 Anderson Hall
1114 Polett Walk
website

Keywords

First Year Writing, Technical writing, Business writing, Fiction, Creative nonfiction, Experimental writing, Creative writing, Comedy in literature

Biography

A graduate of the Iowa Writers Workshop, Mike Ingram has taught in the English Department at Temple since 2008. His stories and essays have been published in a number of journals and magazines, including EPOCH, The Southeast Review, and The North American Review. Mike is also one of the founding editors of Barrelhouse Magazine, a nonprofit literary journal based in Washington, D.C.

Selected Publications

  • “A Curious Inheritance,” The North American Review, 2014.
  • “How to Live Alone,” Phoebe, 2014.
  • “The Ruling Classes,” December Magazine, 2014.

Courses Taught

  • ENG 0701: Introduction to Academic Discourse
  • ENG 0802: Analytical Reading and Writing
  • ENG 0826: Creative Acts
  • ENG 0902: Honors Literature, Reading and Writing
  • ENG 3004: Advanced Fiction Writing
  • ENG 2004: Introduction to Fiction Writing