CURRICULUM VITAE

 

TYREE DAYE

• tyreedayewrites@gmail.com

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EDUCATION:

 North Carolina State University                                                          Raleigh, NC

Master of Fine Arts in Poetry                                                                 May 2017

 

North Carolina State University                                                             Raleigh, NC

Bachelor of Arts in English with Creative Writing Concentration              December 2015

 

TEACHING & EDUCATION EXPERIENCE:

 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill                                        Chapel Hill, NC

            Lecturer                                                                                           2019 - Present

-   Create intensive writing workshops on writing in natural sciences, social sciences, and the humanities 

-   Create craft talks on advanced poetic topics

-   Develop curriculum for Poetry Writing and Advanced Poetry Writing courses 

 

Louisburg College                                                                               Louisburg, NC

            Adjunct English Instructor                                                             2017 - Present

-       Develop curriculum for academic writing across disciplines

-       Provide individualized feedback and conference with students

-       Create intensive writing workshops on writing in the humanities

            

St. Augustine’s University                                                                   Raleigh, NC

            Assistant Professor of English                                                          2018 - 2019

-      Created craft talks on contemporary poetry in digital age 

-      Created intensive two-day poetry craft discussions 

-      Conferenced with students to provide feedback on writing 

-      Developed curriculum for Poetry Writing and Advanced Poetry Writing courses 

 

North Carolina State University                                                          Raleigh, NC

            Graduate Instructor                                                                        2015 - 2017

-      Developed curriculum for creative writing classes 

-      Lead writing workshops 

-      Conferenced with students to provide feedback on writing 

 

 

 

Haven House Services                                                                         Raleigh, NC

            Creative Writing Instructor                                                            2017

-      Instructed students from ages 17-21 on poetry of adversity 

-      Created coursework on understanding the poetic line

-      Co-editor of anthology for student work

 

Hope Center Raleigh                                                                           Raleigh, NC

Creative Writing Instructor                                                                     2016

-      Counseled students applying to colleges and universities 

-      Co-created anthology of student work

-      Instructed students from ages 17-25 on poetic devices such as image and narrative

-      Mentored students’ progress & tailored teaching throughout a weekend of intensive poetry craft discussions 

 

SHORT-TERM TEACHING APPOINTMENTS:

 

North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services                Raleigh, NC

            Visiting Writer                                                                                      October 2019

-      Create one-day workshop on the power of the imagination 

-      Provide individual feedback to participants

-       Present poems from River Hymns(American Poetry Review 2017)

 

The Poetry Society of South Carolina                                                  Johns Island, SC

            Visiting Writer                                                                                      November 2019

-      Deliver one-day workshop on the poetic line at local high school 

-      Give craft talk entitled “Writing the I: Giving Our Poems Identity” 

-      Present poems from River Hymns(American Poetry Review 2017)

 

Randolph College MFA Program                                                        Lynchburg, VA 

            Visiting Writer                                                                                       July 2019

  -      Lectured on advanced poetic topics

  -      Conferenced with creative writing students

  -       Presented poems from River Hymns(American Poetry Review 2017)

 

Frost Place Conference on Poetry                                                       Franconia, NH

            Conference Faculty                                                                               July 2019

                 -      Created six-day workshop/lecture on voice and environment

     -      Conferenced with students to provide in-depth feedback

     -       Presented poems from River Hymns(American Poetry Review 2017)

 

Converse College MFA Program                                                         Spartanburg, SC

            Visiting Writer                                                                                      June 2019

      -      Presented craft talk on elements of identity in a poem

     -      Conferenced with students to provide in-depth feedback

     -       Read and discussed poems from River Hymns(American Poetry Review 2017)

 

University of California, Santa Barbara                                              Santa Barbara, CA

            Visiting Writer                                                                                      April 2019

-      Gave craft talk entitled “Writing the I: Giving Our Poems Identity” 

-      Presented poems from River Hymns(American Poetry Review 2017)

-      Answered questions about the creative process

 

Currituck County High School                                                            Barco, NC

            Visiting Writer                                                                                      April 2019

-      Gave craft talk entitled “Writing the I: Giving Our Poems Identity” 

-      Presented poems from River Hymns(American Poetry Review 2017)

-      Answered questions about writing locally 

 

North Carolina English Teachers’ Association                                    Charlotte, NC

            Visiting Writer                                                                                      April 2019

-      Gave craft talk entitled “Writing the I: Giving Our Poems Identity” 

-      Presented poems from River Hymns(American Poetry Review 2017)

-      Answered questions about creating community through poetry

 

Charlotte Center for the Literary Arts                                                Charlotte, NC

            Visiting Writer                                                                                      September 2018

-      Gave craft talk entitled “Writing the I: Giving Our Poems Identity” 

-      Taught course on understanding of the relationship between tone and music in poetry

-      Presented poems from River Hymns(American Poetry Review 2017)

-      Answered questions about the publishing process 

 

North Carolina A&T University                                                          Greensboro, NC

            Visiting Writer                                                                                      April 2018

-      Gave craft talk entitled “Writing the I: Giving Our Poems Identity” 

-      Presented poems from River Hymns(American Poetry Review 2017)

-      Answered questions about the intersection of social justice and poetry

 

Sarah Lawrence College Poetry Festival                                             New York, NY

            Visiting Writer                                                                                      June 2018

-      Presented poems from River Hymns(American Poetry Review 2017)

-      Answered questions about the history of southern poetics 

-      Met with students to discuss the creative process and contemporary literature

 

North Carolina State University Arts United Workshop                     Raleigh, NC

            Visiting Writer                                                                                      February 2018

-      Presented poems from River Hymns(American Poetry Review 2017)

-      Answered questions about the history of the “I” in American poetics 

-      Met with participants to discuss the creative process and contemporary literature

 

Durham Technical Community College                                              Durham, NC

            Visiting Writer                                                                                      February 2018

-      Gave craft talk entitled “Writing the I: Giving Our Poems Identity” 

-      Presented poems from River Hymns(American Poetry Review 2017)

-      Answered questions about applying to MFA programs 

-      Met with participants to discuss the creative process and contemporary literature

 

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

Books:

 

Cardinal, Copper Canyon Press, 2020 (poetry);

River Hymns, American Poetry Review/Honickman First Book Prize, 2017 (poetry).

 

Chapbooks:

 

What You and the Devil Do to Stay Warm, Blues Horse Press, 2015 (poetry); 

Sea Island Blues, Backbone Press, 2014 (poetry).

 

Art JournalsLiterary Magazines and Creative Venues:

 

Boston Review, “t’ween My Gone People and Me” (poetry);

New York Times(Selected by Terrance Hayes), “Tamed” (poetry);

Prairie Schooner, “Which Ever Way,” “Would You Miss Me?,” “Inheritance” (poetry);

The Sewanee Review: "Miss Mary Mack Considers God,” "Miss Mary Mack Introduces Her Wings" (poetry);

underbelly mag: “I Don’t Know What Happens to Fields” (poetry);

Virginia Quarterly Review, “I Wanted to Place an Ocean,” “From Which I Flew,” “Carry Me” (poetry);

Arkansas International, "Ode to Small Towns,” "Ode to the Common Clothes Moth" (poetry);

Auburn Avenue, “Trying to Find the Ocean” Originally titled “By Land” (poetry);

Green Mountains Review, “She Planted Hydrangea,” “Find Me” (poetry);

Muse/A Journal, “My Stars” (poetry);

Oxford American, “The World Grows” (poetry);

The Common, “The Motorcycle Queen,” “How Do You Get to Harlem,” (poetry);

The Rumpus: “Field Notes on Leaving” (poetry);

Wildness: “Green Thumbed” (poetry);

Academy of American Poets: Poem-a-day, “Field Notes on Beginning” (poetry);

Ploughshares, “Anything Left” (poetry);

Callaloo, “When I Left,” “Cornrows” (poetry);

Narrative Magazine: “Ode to Sex,” “The Shape of God,” “By Land” (poetry);

Prairie Schooner, “Jimmy’s Blues”, “The Story of Mud”, “This Black Southern Poor Boys Blues” (poetry);

Southern Cultures Magazine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: “List of Waters” (poetry);

Four Way Review: “Same Oaks, Same Year”, “Gin River” (poetry);

At Length: “No Ghost Abandon, “Pray to the River Goddess”, “Tamed” (poetry);

Nashville Review, “For a Kid Death Happens like This” (poetry);

BOAAT: “In Youngsville” (poetry).

 

AWARDS AND HONORS:

 

2019 Ragan Rubin Award Winner

2019 Whiting Writers Award

2019 Kate Tufts Finalist

2019 Diana and Simon Raab Writers-In-Residence

2019 Palm Beach Poetry Festival Langston Hughes Fellowship

2018 Amy Clampitt Residency 

2017 Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry finalist

2017 APR/Honickman First Book Prize

2016 Cave Canem Fellow

2016 Glenna Luschei Poetry Prize 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REFERENCES SUPPLIED UPON REQUEST