Beth Sherman

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Adjunct Lecturer  
Klapper Hall, Room 532  

Beth Sherman has an M.A. in English and an MFA (fiction) from Queens College. Her fiction, poetry, articles and creative nonfiction have been published in The New York Times, Newsday, James Joyce Quarterly, The Portland Review, Sou’wester, 3Elements Review, Sin Fronteras/Writers without Borders, Calamus Journal and Zingara, among other publications.

She is also a Pushcart Prize nominee who has written five mystery novels.

Academic Interests

Late eighteenth-century and Victorian novel studies. Ecocriticism. Utopia/dystopia. Detective fiction. The craft of writing fiction, poetry and non-fiction.


ENGL 110 College Writing 1 (Celebrity Culture)
ENGL 130 College Writing 2 (Gothic Literature)
ENGL 152W Great Works of American Literature (Identity)
ENGL 157W Great Works of Global Literature
ENGL 162W Literature and Place
ENGL 170W Introduction to Literary Study (Madness and Literature)
ENGL 210W Creative Writing, Fiction, Poetry and Playwriting
ENGL 211W Writing Nonfiction, Essays, Memoir and Literary Journalism