After more than 30 years as a writer, journalist and educator, Vincent F. A. Golphin is also now a retired Creative Writing professor from the Rochester Institute of Technology. His poems, stories and essays have been widely published. With a doctorate in Creative Writing and Literary and Cultural Studies, he teaches a variety of courses that include Creative Writing fiction and nonfiction, African-American Literature, Literature and Religion and Comics as Political and Cultural Literature.
Publications and Prizes
10 Stories Down (Foothills Publishing, 2011), Life and Other Things I Know: Poems, Essays and Stories (Elephant Eye Press, 1999)
Like A Dry Land: A Soul Journey through the Middle East (Foothills Publishing, 2006)
Uncensored Songs: A Sam Abrams Tribute (Spuyten Duyvil , 2008), When Pluto Was A Planet: The Golphin Chronicles (Lulu Press, 2007)
Konch, The New Verse News, Yellow Medicine Review: A Journal of Indigenous Literature, Art, and Thought