Vincent F. A. Golphin

Poet, Creative Nonfiction Writer

881 Park Grove Court
Orlando, FL 32828
Phone: 
585.415.6196
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Author's Bio

After more than 40 years as a writer, journalist and educator, Golphin, a retired Creative Writing professor from the Rochester Institute of Technology, continues to teach, write and speak in Central Florida. His poems, stories and essays continue to widely appear in anthologies and other publications. With a doctorate in Creative Writing and Literary and Cultural Studies, the former New York Council on the Humanities scholar/expert, teaches at Orlando's Valencia College and speaks on writing fiction and nonfiction, African American Literature and Culture, Literature and Religion, and Comics as Political and Cultural Literature.

Publications & Prizes

Creative Nonfiction

Anthology:
When Pluto Was A Planet: The Golphin Chronicles (Lulu Press, 2007)
Book:
Life and Other Things I Know: Poems, Essays and Stories (Elephant Eye Press, 1999)

Poetry

Anthologies:
Mo' Joe: The Joe the Poet Anthology (Beatlick Press, 2014)
,
Uncensored Songs: A Sam Abrams Tribute (Spuyten Duyvil, 2008)
Books:
Walls: A Poet Speaks Anthology (Beatlick Press, 2018)
,
Trumped: A Poets Speaks Anthology (Beatlick Press, 2017)
,
Grandma Found A Gecko (Elephant Eye Press, 2016)
,
10 Stories Down (Foothills Publishing, 2011)
Chapbook:
Like A Dry Land: A Soul Journey through the Middle East (Foothills Publishing, 2006)

More Information

Gives readings: 
Yes
Travels for readings: 
Yes
Identifies as: 
African American
Prefers to work with: 
Any
Fluent in: 
English
Born in: 
Youngstown
Raised in: 
Youngstown, OH
Ohio
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Last update: Sep 15, 2020