Stephen Hundley

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Stephen Hundley — Circum Vitae

Objective Overview

Author, educator, and scholar dedicated to self-improvement, prolific writing, incisive criticism, publishing, and travel.

 

Certification and Education

 

University of Mississippi; Oxford, Mississippi [2018-2021]

·         Master of Fine Arts in Fiction

 

Clemson University; Clemson, South Carolina [2016-2018]

·         Master of Arts in English GPA: 4.0

 

International TEFL Academy [2014]

·         TEFL/TESOL Certificate

 

Georgia College & State University; Milledgeville, Georgia [2009-2013]

·         Bachelor of Arts in English, Literature GPA: 3.68

 

Related Work

 

Graduate Teaching Assistant – University of Mississippi; Oxford, Mississippi [Fall 2018-Spring 2018]

·         Led discussion sections of British Literature (ENGL 226) and American Literature (ENG 225)

·         Performed data tracking, grading, and content counseling for students.

 

Graduate Teaching Assistant – Clemson University; Clemson, South Carolina [Fall 2016-Spring 2018]

·         Taught four sections of English Composition (ENGL 1030)

·         Led discussion groups for British Literature I (ENGL 3960).

·         Served as a tutor in the Clemson University Writing Center.

 

Longleaf Scholar – Longleaf Writer’s Conference; Seaside, Florida [2019]

·         Attended and assisted in workshops and events at the writer’s conference.

·         Awarded a scholarship to serve as a representative of the University of Mississippi.

 

Writing Instructor – Maine Arts Camp; Colby College, Waterville, Maine [Summer 2018-Present]

·         Instructed children ages 7-17 in introductory and advanced fiction writing

·         Served as a dorm counselor, trip organizer, and water sports safety specialist

 

Fiction Editor – The Swamp; Tallahassee, Florida [Fall 2017-Present]

·         Read, critique, and select fiction pieces for potential publication.

·         Correspond with authors throughout the editing and revision process.

 

Associate Editor– The South Carolina Review; Clemson, South Carolina [2017-2018]

·         Assisted Keith Lee Morris in editing the fiction section of The South Carolina Review.

·         Coordinated The South Carolina Review’s AWP registration (will attend AWP 2018 in Tampa)

 

Staff Fiction Reader – Yalobusha Review; Oxford, Mississippi [Fall 2018-Present]

·         Read, critique, and select fiction pieces for potential publication.

·         Correspond with authors throughout the editing and revision process.

 

 

Guest Fiction Editor – Driftwood Press; Tampa, Florida [2017, 2019]

·         Read, critiqued, and selected fiction pieces for publication in issues 4.4, 4.5, and others.

·         Contributed the short story “Replica” to issue 4.3, reviewed on newpages.com

 

Writing and Recording Volunteer – Write for Mississippi; Northern Mississippi [2018-2019]

·         Coordinated and recorded senior citizen and teenager non-fiction in Northern Mississippi high schools and retirement communities for a state archival project.

 

English Language Instructor – Korea Center for Talented Youth; Seoul, South Korea [2015-2016]

·         Taught Pre-K-5th grade English language learners writing, reading, vocabulary, and science.

·         Led, planned and graded for 10 separate classes a day, working 55 hours a week.

 

Lead Earth and Environmental Science Teacher – Rocky River High School; Charlotte, North Carolina [2013-2015]

·         Led a team of three science teachers in lesson/unit planning and management.

·         Achieved 75% mastery of all objectives, between all classes.

·         95% passage of state exam, between all classes.

·         Taught both honors and regular classes for four semesters.

·         Instructed an average of 29 children per block (three 90 min. blocks a day).

·         Mentored students aged from 13-18.

·         English Language Learner Support Team

·         Assistant Wrestling Coach

 

Teach For America 2013 Corp Member; Charlotte, North Carolina [2013-2015]

·         Attended regular professional development aimed at closing the achievement gap in North Carolina public schools.

·         Observed by both school and TFA advisors with regular performance critiques.

 

6TH Grade Reading Teacher – Hawthorne Elementary; Tulsa, Oklahoma [Summer 2013]

·         Averaged 2 years of reading growth.

·         Co-taught with licensed teachers and student teachers.

 

Group Leader (7th Grade Boys) – Camp Pontiac; Copake, New York [Summer 2017]

·         Oversaw, scheduled, and otherwise led 13 adult staff and 40 children in all manner of sports and activities during the two-month, sleep-away camp.

·         Planned and led an overnight trip to Boston.

 

Georgia College Early College Mentor; Milledgeville, Georgia [2012]

·         Taught a 7th grade creative writing class.

·         Attended observation sessions with full time teachers of multiple subjects.

·         Compiled and edited student work for The Peacock’s Feather, a children’s journal.

·         Compiled and edited student work for The Peacock’s Feet, an undergraduate journal.

 

University Admissions, Georgia College & State University; Milledgeville, Georgia [2010-2013]

·         Served as a tour guide for prospective students and families.

·         Entertained and hosted alumni events.

 

Leadership Experience

 

Leadership for Educational Equity Member [2013-Present]

 

Omicron Delta Kappa, The National Leadership Honor Society [Fall 2011-Present]

Circle President [2011-2013]

·         Oversaw an executive board of three, a circle of 60 active students, 57 faculty members, and an alumni network of over 300 members.

·         Orchestrated all meetings, alumni outreach efforts, and fundraising attempts.

 

The Peacock’s Feet, Georgia College’s Annual Creative Writing Publication [2011-2013]

Non-Fiction Editor [Fall 2012]

·         Reviewed, selected, and edited all non-fiction pieces for the university’s creative writing publication.

·         Published non-fiction pieces as a general applicant in both the 2011 and 2012 publications.

 

Georgia College Student Government Association [2009-2013]

·         Vice President [2012-2013]

·         President Pro Tempore [2011-2012]

·         Senator [2009-2011]

           

The Colonnade, Georgia College’s Campus Newspaper [Fall 2009- Spring 2011]

·         Writing Coach [Fall 2010-Spring 2011]

·         Staff Writer [Fall 2009-Spring 2013]

 

Freelance Reporter for The Bryan County News [2007-2013]

·         Wrote a weekly page in the county paper highlighting high school and community news.

·         Met regular deadlines.

 

Honors

Arts and Letters Literary Magazine Fiction Prize Finalist; “Dog” [Summer 2017]

Georgia College Dean’s List [Fall 2009, Fall 2010, Spring 2011, Spring 2012, Spring 2013]

Pushcart Prize Nominee 2018; “Replica”

Best of the Net Nominee 2018; “Elsohn”

Driftwood Press In-House Short Fiction Contest Finalist; “The War of Naked Aggression” [Spring 2019]

University of Mississippi, Elvis Meets Einstein Contest Second Place; “Open Letter to that Really Loud Dog on Price Street” [Spring 2019]

Hub City Press C. Michael Curtis Short Story Book Prize Award Finalist, Summer 2019. The Aliens Will Come to Georgia First

 

Publications

Octopus Books, 2019 Risograph Broadside, “The Family Joke” Poetry [Forthcoming, Fall 2019]

Carve, “The Aliens Will Come to Georgia First” [Summer 2019]

Delta Poetry Review, “Gummy Teeth” and “Five Lined Skink” Poetry [1.3]

Delta Poetry Review, “Circus Dogs,” “This was worth the loss of your cat,” and “Christmas Time” Poetry [1.1]

Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, “Lotto,” “Heirloom,” and “Jimmy’s Place” Poetry [February 2019]

Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, “Wake Up” Prose [January 2019]

Permafrost, “Black Bird” Prose [Winter 2019]

Swamp Ape Review, “Monopoly” Poetry [Vol. III, 2019]

Notre Dame Review, “Big Rain” Poetry [Spring 2019]

Waxwing, “Snowbirds” Prose [Issue 18; Summer 2019]

Apple Valley Review, “Shovelhead” Poetry [Vol. 13.2; Fall 2018]

Coffin Bell, “Buddy” Prose [Vol. 2.1; Fall 2018]

The MacGuffin, “Elsohn” Prose [Vol. 34.2; Spring 2018]

BULL: Men’s Fiction, “Dog” Prose [Fall 2017]

Driftwood Press, “Replica” Prose [Vol. 4.3; Summer 2017]