Brent DeLanoy received his Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from New Mexico State University in 2006. While at NMSU, he taught composition and creative writing. He also served as Managing Editor and Assistant Fiction Editor for Puerto del Sol, NMSU's international literary magazine.
After moving east, he taught at SUNY Oneonta, including courses in composition and American literature. At Hartwick, he teaches creative writing, from the introductory course to the advanced workshop in fiction, as well as writing non-fiction. He also directs senior projects in creative writing and literature. The literature courses that he offers include the American Short Story, Novellas and Short Novels, and the American West.
He serves as the vice-chair of the Arts and Humanities Division, and as chair of the Library and Educational Technology Committee.
His short fiction has appeared in the magazines Chrysalis, decomP and Thieves Jargon, and his novella, Benediction, was awarded the 2008 A.E. Coppard Prize and was published by White Eagle Coffee Store Press.
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