Stephanie Balmori

Stephanie Balmori

Stephanie Balmori

Instructor of Spanish
Association of Writers & Writing Programs Member
Mobile Writer's Guild Member
Lucey Administration Center 253
p: (251) 380-4646

Stephanie Balmori has published literary criticism, nonfiction, poetry, author interviews, book reviews, and presented papers at national and international conferences. Her research interests include Hispanic literature and culture, women's poetry, and Disability Studies. Her teaching pedagogy focuses on inclusion of all learning styles in the classroom and providing tailored, individualized attention to each student throughout every class. She works as an Assistant Editor of Negative Capability Press and is pursuing an M.A. in Creative Writing at the University of South Alabama. She has an M.A. in Spanish and graduated summa cum laude from Florida State University. 

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Selected Courses

SPA101 Elementary Spanish I
SPA102 Elementary Spanish II
SPA107 Spanish for Medical Personnel I
SPA108 Spanish for Medical Personnel II

SPA201 Intermediate Spanish I

LEA101 LEAP Course Lab 

Selected Publications

Various works submitted for forthcoming acceptance.

"Broken from the Body." Poem. Bellum: Redefine Life in the South, a refereed in print art and literary magazine. Issue Two. 2017.

"Mud Pie Pottery for Rabbit." Poem. Ant Farm Journal, a refereed in print literary journal. Issue Ten. 2017.

“The Before and After of Diagnosis: 2e, Twice Exceptional.”  Essay.  Negative Capability, a refereed in print literary journal. Spring 2016.

Interview with Dr. Maria Garcia Rouphail for Negative Capability Press. Refereed and online. February 2016.

Interview with Dr. Shelby Stephenson, North Carolina Poet Laureate, for Negative Capability Press. Refereed and online. December 2015.

Interview with Dr. Tony Reevy for Negative Capability Press. Refereed and online. September 2015.

Selected Presentations

Various works submitted for forthcoming acceptance.

“The Before and After of Diagnosis: 2e, Twice Exceptional.”  Essay.  Presented at the Alabama Writers’ Conclave Conference. June 2015.