Harms, Danielle

Teaching Assistant
English

Plan

Creative Writing, PhD

Achieved Degrees

MFA, Creative Writing, Nonfiction, 2014
BA, English and Political Science, Gustavus Adolphus College, 2009

Selected Publications

“The Blood Kettle.” Mid-American Review, 2022.
“Criteria for a Kiss in Quarantine.” Diagram Journal. 21.1, April, 2021. Featured in Creative
Nonfiction’s Sunday Short Reads Newsletter, 149, Sept., 2021.
“Before the Smoke, After the Flames.” Denver Quarterly, Oct., 2019.
“Lessons Learned in a Hungarian Kitchen.” Juked, Feb., 2019.
“It Is/It Was/It Will.” The Doctor T. J. Eckleburg Review, Aug. 18, 2018.
“The Tall Grass and the Long Night.” The Baltimore Review, Oct. 27, 2017.
“The Begonia Is Blooming.” River Teeth, Jan. 18, 2016.
“Poultry Processing, Day One.” The Offing, Jan. 7, 2016.
“How to Say Mezőcsokonya.” New South Magazine, January 2016.

Interests

Creative Nonfiction, personal essay, autobiography studies, writing pedagogy.

Academic Awards 

AWP Intro Journal Award in Fiction, 2021.
Digital Humanities Teaching Fellowship, UWM Digital Humanities Lab, 2020-21.
Chancellor's Graduate Student Award, 2019-20.
Mentor Teaching Award, George Mason UWM, University, Spring 2014.
Outstanding Nonfiction Student Award, George Mason University, Spring 2014.
Crab Orchard Review Rafael Torch Literary Nonfiction Award Finalist, 2013.

Conference Presentations

AWP Intro Journal Award in Fiction, 2021.
Digital Humanities Teaching Fellowship, UWM Digital Humanities Lab, 2020-21.
Chancellor's Graduate Student Award, 2019-20.
Mentor Teaching Award, George Mason UWM, University, Spring 2014.
Outstanding Nonfiction Student Award, George Mason University, Spring 2014.
Crab Orchard Review Rafael Torch Literary Nonfiction Award Finalist, 2013.

Teaching Experience

Literary Journal Production, English 418 and Art 427, UWM.
Creative Writing, English 233, UWM.
College Writing and Research, English 102, UWM.
Creative Expression and Social Change in Denver, Inquiry Studies 201, Wartburg College.
Community and Culture in Haiti, May Term Intensive Travel Course, Wartburg College.
The Metropolis: Sustainability in Denver, Interdisciplinary Studies 360, Wartburg College.
Advanced Composition, Writing in the Disciplines, English 302, George Mason University.
First-Year Composition, English 101, George Mason University.
Introduction to Creative Writing, English 396, George Mason University.
Reading and Writing About Texts, English 201, George Mason University.

Professional Website

https://danielle.harmsboone.org