Dr. Brian Druckenmiller

Dr. Brian Druckenmiller

Dr. Brian Druckenmiller

Visiting Assistant Professor
p: 251 380 4651
Brian Druckenmiller's teaching interests include multi-genre creative writing, genre-specific workshops, contemporary literary fiction, and composition. His research explores the intersections between composition and creative writing pedagogy, trends in literary publication, and social/cultural/political reflection in professional wrestling--the latter being the catalyst for his first novel in-progress. His prose and poetry attempts to capture and/or satirize the unavoidable, everyday absurdities and moral-deficiencies of the human experience.
Listed Publications:
"Traditions" - Silk Road Review
"Harness" - Hawaii Pacific Review
"Review of Adrift in a Vanishing City" - The Florida Review
Conference Presentations:
“Fake It Til You Make It?: Understanding Impostor Syndrome in Higher Ed." - AWP
“What Is ‘The Smack’ and How Can I ‘Lay It Down?’: An Investigation into the Characters, Culture, and Continuing Success of Professional Wrestling”  - PCA/ACA
“The ‘C’ by the Shore” - SCCTE
“Deconstructing Disconnections: Rethinking Connections by Looking to Disconnects” - SCCTE