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Mark Neely

Mark Neely

Associate Professor

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RB 295  Phone: 765-285-8574  Fax: 765-285-3765

Department of English
Robert Bell Building (RB), Room 297
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306

I am the author of two books of poetry: Beasts of the Hill (winner of the FIELD Poetry Prize) and Dirty Bomb, both from Oberlin College Press. My poems have appeared in many magazines and journals, including Gulf Coast, Indiana Review, North American Review, Barrow Street, and Willow Springs and my chapbook, Four of aKind, won the Concrete Wolf Chapbook Prize. I have received a Creative Writing Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts and an Individual Artist Grant from the Indiana Arts Commission. 

I teach both undergraduate courses in poetry writing and literary editing. Students in my Practicum in Literary Editing and Publishing serve as editors of The Broken Plate, a nationally-distributed literary magazine that publishes the work of writers and artists around the world. I also teach graduate courses in these topics in Ball State’s innovative, multi-disciplinary, MA program in creative writing. 

You can find out more about me, including links to some of my work, at my website.

Areas of Specialization: Creative writing, poetry, literary editing 

Courses Graduate: Poetry Writing, Literary Editing

Undergraduate: Poetry Writing

Mark Neely's curriculum vitae

Course Schedule
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    Course
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    No.
    Section
    Section
    Time
    Time
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    Location
    Location
  • Course
    Creative Project
    No.
    698
    Section
    305
    Section
    0000-0000
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    Location
  • Course
    Prac in Lit Edit and
    No.
    489
    Section
    1
    Section
    1400-1515
    Days
    T R
    Location
    RB 292
  • Course
    Workshop in Poetry W
    No.
    613
    Section
    1
    Section
    1400-1640
    Days
    M
    Location
    RB 285
  • Course
    Senior Honors Projec
    No.
    499
    Section
    55
    Section
    0000-0000
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    Location