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Neli Marie Moody

Moody, Neli Marie

Lecturer AY-A,  English

E-mail
neli.moody@sjsu.edu
Additional Contact Information

Phone Number(s)
(408) 924-4493

Office Hours
TTR 10:30-11:30

Dear Students, Welcome to a new semester. I hope your summer was restorative and enjoyable. The "other" classroom is either mycomplab for English 1A or canvas (English 71), which you will be exploring the first two days with exercises and practice work, so bring your laptop, if we wish. We will meet in Sweeney 229 the first two class sessions. The syllabus is on this site, but other than to greet you at the first of the semester, all info will be at mycomplab for English 1A. I will attach docs and a video greeting on how to do that if I have time. Best, Professor M.

Courses

Education

  • Master of Fine Arts. San Jose St Univ, 2006
  • Creative Arts, Theater, Poetry, Dance, Art and Music
    CSU-San Jose, California, United States, 1987

Bio

Neli Moody is a writer and a lecturer at San Jose State University. She has taught English 1A, 1B and English 71 (Creative Writing. She received her M.F.A. in Creative Writing from San Jose State in 2006 and became a lecturer the following year, after serving as a TA n English 1A and 1B for two years. She won the Phelan Award for poetry in 1987, 2004 and 2005. In 2005, she won the Virginia Araujo Award, administered by the Academy of American Poets. She won the faculty-nominated Dorrit Sibley Award for outstanding creative achievement in 2005. In 2006, she won the Marjorie Folendorf award for outstanding achievement in creative writing. She has given readings in the San Francisco Bay area and is a regular reader on the Central Coast. She recently was invited to read at the first annual San Francisco Poetry Jazz Festival along with California poet laureates Juan Felipe Herrera and Al Young. She has traveled all over world, sailing, scuba diving, rock climbing and flying. Her book, After Altamira, was published in 2006. Go to the English Dept. Faculty Publications page for more information on this book and other work in progress.