Kelly Dwyer

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Kelly Dwyer

Senior Lecturer
UW-Baraboo/Sauk County
English

Umhoefer Bldg, A227

kelly.dwyer@uwc.edu
(608) 355-5212
Office Hours / Schedule 

For Spring 2018: Mondays, 1--2 PM. Wednesdays, 11 AM--12:30 PM. 

I am also happy to meet students by appointment.

Statement 

Kelly Dwyer is a published novelist and longtime writing instructor who is passionate about excellent writing. A graduate of Oberlin College and the Iowa Writers' Workshop, Kelly has written two novels, The Tracks of Angels and Self-Portrait with Ghosts, published by Penguin, USA, New York, and two children's books. Kelly also writes plays, flash fiction, and travel essays. She lives in Baraboo with her husband Louis Wenzlow and daughter Alice. She is working on her third novel, a psychological ghost story set in Wisconsin, as well as a collection of plays and flash fiction pieces.

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"A writer is someone on whom nothing is lost." -Henry James.

Publications 

THE TRACKS OF ANGELS

SELF-PORTRAIT WITH GHOSTS

Plays, Flash, Articles

Education 

MFA, University of Iowa
BA, Oberlin College