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1817 Old Virginia Road
Pocomoke, MD 21851
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MA in Creative Writing at Boston University. BFA in Writing Literature and Publishing from Emerson College. Stephen Scott Whitaker is a member of National Book Critics Circle, and the literary review editor for The Broadkill Review. His poetry, fiction, and essays have appeared in dozens of publications. His newest chapbook, All My Rowdy Friends was a finalist for the 13th annual USA Book Awards in the poetry category in 2016. His previous chapbooks include the steampunk inspired The Black Narrows, the award winning Field Recordings, and The Barleyhouse Letters. Whitaker teaches theater, literature and psychology in rural Maryland. He lives on the Eastern Shore of Virginia with his family.
General. Middle school to adult age writers
Educational Assembly Programs
Whitaker integrates fiction, short story, drama, and traditional poetry techniques into a creative writing workshops that are designed to help novice writers gain confidence, share ideas and content, and learn about craft. He has over fifteen years experience teaching high school students and adult learners.