Jeremy Hawkins is a third year MFA student in the Creative Writing Program at the University of Alabama. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Kenyon College. After graduating, he was selected for the New York Teaching Fellows and studied at the Center for Urban Educators at Long Island University while teaching Special Education in Brooklyn. Jeremy is an assistant editor for the Black Warrior Review, as well as a reader for Salt Publishing, and he teaches at the Center for Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins University. During the 2008-2009 academic year, Jeremy will be teaching in Romania as the recipient of a Fulbright grant.
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