Who is Sterling Warner?
A retired English Professor and author of fiction, non- fiction, and poetry, Sterling Warner Warner’s works include: THRESHOLDS (© 1997), PROJECTIONS (2nd ed. © 2003), WITHOUT WHEELS (© 2005), WORLD SHADOWCAT (© 2008), LITERATURE & INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE (5th ed. © 2008), (EDGES © 2012), MEMENTO MORI: A CHAPBOOK (© 2010), VISIONS ACROSS THE AMERICAS (8th ed. © 2013), MEMENTO MORI: A CHAPBOOK REDUX (© 2014), RAGS AND FEATHERS (© 2015), ANTHOLOGY OF WORLD LITERATURE [UNTIL THE 17TH CENTURY] (6th ed. © 2017), and MASQUES: FLASH FICTION &. SHORT STORIES (2020).
A Jim Herndon Award recipient (2013), a Pushcart Award nominee (2014), and a Hayward Award winner (2000), Warner was named the Atherton Poet Laureate in 2014. Warner formerly taught a wide variety of Composition, Literature, Creative Writing, and Rhetoric courses in the English Department at Evergreen Valley College, where he served as the Creative Writing Program Director, EVC Author’s Series Organizer, and LEAF BY LEAF literary magazine Chief Editor. Enjoying his Washington retirement, Warner continues to write and regularly hosts the Union of Writers Open Mike.
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