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Lessons offered by Andrew
  • Individual
  • In group
The lessons will be held
  • at your home
Taught subjects
  • Academic English
  • Reading
  • Academic tutoring
  • Creative writing
  • Modernist literature
Levels
  • Middle School
  • College
  • Adult Education

Writer, poet, teacher, to tutor all things English: reading, creative, essay writing, literature

Methodology

I have been teaching writing for over twenty years at the college level, and possess both a Bachelors and a Masters degree in creative writing. I enjoy teaching or tutoring high school students, college students, or adult learners, either in person or online.

Background

I have been writing almost all of my life, mostly poetry and prose (essays). Currently, I write, revise, and submit my poetry for publication. Also, I write a column for the local newspaper, on arts and culture.

Rates

Transportation Fee : $10
Lessons offered by Andrew
Individual
In group
The lessons will be held
at your home
Taught subjects
  • Academic English
  • Reading
  • Academic tutoring
  • Creative writing
  • Modernist literature
Levels
  • Middle School
  • College
  • Adult Education

Andrew's resume

Andrew Thomas Tully
455 Main Street
Oneonta, NY 13820
(concealed information) (cell)
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Objective

To teach or tutor creative or expository writing, or literature to college or high school students, or adult learners

Education

September 2004 to June 2006 - Graduate Teaching Assistant, M.A. in Writing Program, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon

August 1994 - Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing (poetry concentration), Emerson College, Boston, Massachusetts

December 1991 - Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing (poetry),
Emerson College

Teaching Experience

August – December 2016: Taught two sections of ENGL 101 (Composition 1) at SUNY Cobleskill, Cobleskill, NY

August 2013 – present: Teaching writing courses (COMP 100, COMP 150, and COMP 200 – Composition, Introduction to Creative Writing & Advanced Composition) each semester, SUNY College at Oneonta, Oneonta NY

January – May 2012: Taught Composition I, English II, and Creative Writing Workshop at Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York, NY

August – December 2011: Taught Composition I, Comp. II, and Creative Writing Workshop, Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC),
New York, NY

January-May 2011: Taught Composition II and Creative Writing Workshop, BMCC, New York, NY

August-December 2010: Composition I, and Creative Writing Workshop,
BMCC, NY, NY; taught Composition, Pace University, New York City Campus

July-August 2010: Composition II, Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York, NY

January-May 2010: Composition I & II, Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York, NY

January-May 2010: English 201 - Critical Writing, Pace University,
New York, NY

Nov-Dec 2009: Writing in the Disciplines (Writing about Film),
Pace, New York, NY

August-December 2009: The Short Story, Borough of Manhattan
Community College

August-December 2009: Creative Writing I & Composition I,
Sullivan County Community College (SCCC), Loch Sheldrake, NY

June 29- July 30: Composition I, Sullivan County Community College

January - May 2009: Composition I (2 sections), Composition II (2 sections), and
Fundamentals of Speech (1 section); full time, temporary, SCCC

September - December 2008: Composition I, Fundamentals of Speech (3 sections),
SCCC; Composition I (2 sections), SUNY College of Technology at Delhi, Delhi, NY

July 2008: Composition I, Sullivan County Community College

August 2007 - May 2008: Composition I, Fundamentals of Speech; full time, Sullivan County Community College

June- August 2007: Introduction to Poetry Writing, Portland State University (PSU)

September 2006 - June 2007: Writing 115 - Intro.To College Writing; writing tutor, PSU

April - June 2006: Writing 115 - Introduction to College Writing; writing tutor, PSU Writing Center

January - March 2006 - Creative Writing Studio, PSU (winter term); proposed, designed and taught Poetry 101: Intro. to Poetry Writing & Reading, Portland Community College

September-December 2005 - Writing 213: Introduction to Poetry Writing, PSU

January - August 2005 - Writing tutor in PSU Writing Center
April - June 2005: Writing 115 - Introduction to College Writing, PSU

January - March 2005 - Creative Writing Studio (poetry), PSU;
Writing Consultant, PSU

September - December 2004: Writing 121 - College Writing, PSU

January 2002-June 2004: Writing 115 and 121, Mt. Hood Community College, Gresham, Oregon

January-March 2003: Introduction to Writing Poetry, Portland Community College

June 2002: Introduction to Creative Writing, PCC, Community Education

January - June 2001: Writing 121, Portland Community College, Rock Creek

Sept-Dec 2000: Expository Composition, New College of California, San Francisco, California

August - December 2000: Basic Writing, Laney College, Oakland, California

September 1999 - June 2000: Basic Reading, Vista Community College,
Berkeley, CA

January 1996 - June 1997: English Composition, Santa Fe Community College, New Mexico


Publications

Writing monthly column, “Starving for Art”, for The Daily Star, Oneonta NY, starting December 2015

“Bedtime Story”, “Two for the Road” published in Chronogram, online and print editions, December 2013 and February 2015, respectively; "Brainwater", Beacon Street Review, Boston; Boston Literary Review, Somerville; "Lube Job", Anaconda Press, Chicago; "Overdrawn", Poetry Motel, Duluth, MN; "Aquamarooned", Alpha Beat Soup, Philadelphia, PA; "Beowolfgang", Conceptions Southwest, Albuquerque, NM; three sonnets on Poetry Porch (online journal -- (concealed information) 2002

"The Bird and the Leaf Blower", "Opaque", Perceptions, Mt. Hood Community College, Gresham, 2003; "For Example" published in Pathos Literary Magazine, PSU, March 2006; "The World Is Your Ashtray", fictional memoir piece, Albuquerque Weekly, 1996; "Dinner and a Movie", co-written review of Parkway Theater, in Oakland, CA, published online, Worldstyle, 1998

Several jazz reviews also published on Worldstyle.

Personal Interests

Reading, writing; drawing, painting, sculpting - visiting museums and art galleries; listening to music, attending jazz & classical concerts, playing instruments (harmonica, bass guitar, piano, trumpet); traveled to Zihuatenejo, Mexico, May 2003; studied Spanish in Guanajuato, Mexico, and traveled to San Miguel de Allende, October-November 2001; toured half of Ireland (Dublin to Galway), summer 2000; studied immersion Spanish in Mexico City, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM), toured (by bus) around Mexico (Patzcuaro, Oaxaca, Merida, San Cristobal), summer 1999

October 2012 – September 2014: hosted two radio programs, “All That Jazz” and “Poetry and Jazz”, on WIOX Community Radio 91.3 FM, Roxbury, NY

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