Creative Writing

Tim Bass

senior lecturer, BFA coordinator, Outreach, Internships
Kenan Hall 1105 | 910.962.7711 | basst@uncw.edu

Tim Bass

    
    

Background

MFA, UNCW, 1998
ABJ, UNC-Chapel Hill, 1980


   
   
   

Publications

Essays
"...the Word Between Like and Love," LA Review
"Big British Books," The Boiler
"Putting Language to the Text," UNCW Magazine (p.14)
"Confessions of a Dimwitted Word Thief," Fugue
"Plastic Language," Oklahoma Review
"A Refrigerator, Odd and Wonderful," Small Spiral Notebook

Short Stories
"Calls From Home," Small Print Magazine
"The Good Neighbor," Portland Review
"Istanbul from Liverpool," Haunted Voices, Haunting Places: An Anthology of Writers of the Old and New South
"Home Remedies," Big Muddy
"Hitting It," 55 Words
"Abraham Lincoln Sings Karaoke," Prick of the Spindle
"Magenta Chickens," Aries
"You Want Fries With That?" Calliope
"Hugo," winner, Authors in the Park Short Story Prize

Poetry
"The Summer Clouds," Vox Poetica
"The Once-Was Garage," Viator (p. 47)

On Teaching

Tim Bass teaches undergraduate courses in writing fiction, nonfiction and forms of the narrative. He is a former newspaper reporter.


 Listen to Tim read from his work on WHQR.