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The Knox College Program in Creative Writing celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2017.

Career Outcomes


Monica Berlin

Professor & Chair of English

2 East South Street

Galesburg, IL 61401-4999



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A Knox creative writing education opens doors to many possible futures for our graduates.

Some are writers...

Annie Pittman '12, Reporter, Daily Review Atlas, Monmouth, Illinois
Casey Patrick '11, Writer-in-Resident, Hub City, Spartanburg, South Carolina
Rebecca King '09, Writer and Communications Specialist, Washington University
Rodney Barker '68, Author of And the Waters Turned to Blood and Business Owner, Scottsdale, Arizona

Some go to grad school...
Nathan Williams '13, Graduate Student in Sports Media, Valparaiso University
Matt McKinney '13, Graduate Student in Journalism, Northwestern University
Cameron Posey '12, Graduate Student in Screenwriting, Hollins University
Emily Oliver '11, MFA in Poetry, Cornell University.

Some are educators...
Heidi Reidel '14, English Teacher, Amerson Year in China
Grace Davis '14, Ninth Grade English and Writing Teacher, Catalyst-Maria, Chicago, Illinois
Kaitlyn Duling '13, AmeriCorps/Keys Service Corps, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Ander Monson '97, Associate Professor, University of Arizona.
Norman Golar '02, Assistant Professor and Chair of the Department of English, Stillman College, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Others have succeeded in fields outside of creative writing...
Reuven Perlman '10, Business Specialist, Apple, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Joe Estes '07, Veterinary Technician, Animal Clinic of Clayton, Clayton, Missouri
Lara Moritz '90, News Anchor, KMBC Channel 9, Kansas City, Missouri
Don Harmon '88, Senator, State of Illinois, Oak Park, Illinois
William H. Colby '77, Attorney and Author, Kansas City, Missouri

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Printed on Thursday, October 18, 2018