Poet, Writer, and Academic in New York
Meghan P. Nolan is an American poet, writer and academic. She is Director of the Reading and Writing Center and an Assistant Professor of English at SUNY Rockland where she teaches composition and literature courses. Nolan has an MFA in Creative Writing from The New School, and an MA and PhD in English from St. John's University. She has been the editor of many literary and art journals throughout the years, includingOranges & Sardines,MiPoesias,Ocho,Shalom Neuman: 40 Years of Fusion Artand the 2013 edition of the St. John’sHumanities Review. Her poetry was nominated for a pushcart prize in 2007, and her first book,Stratification, was published by BlazeVOX Books in 2008. She is a multigenre writer who focuses on fragmented perceptions of selfhood through academic works, fiction, non-fiction, and poetry; recent essays have appeared in Persona Studies, The 100 Greatest Detectives, and Thread.