Peter A. Stitt

Peter Stitt's Hard Roads Home: How I Found a Family in Mormonia was published in 2011 by Somondoco Press; his collection of creative nonfiction essays, The Perfect Life, Lyric Essays, will be published by Tupelo Press in 2013. He holds a PhD from the University of North Carolina and has taught at the Universities of Minnesota, North Carolina, and Houston (where he was the founding administrator of the Program in Creative Writing), at Michigan Technological University, and at the Colleges of Middlebury and Gettysburg. His earlier books are The World's Hieroglyphic Beauty: Five American Poets, James Wright: The Heart and the Light (edited with Frank Graziano), and Uncertainty and Plenitude: Five Contemporary Poets. He is the Editor of The Gettysburg Review and teaches courses in American poetry.

 

Peter A. Stitt

Peter A. Stitt
Professor, English

Email: pstitt@gettysburg.edu
Phone: (717) 337 - 6773 & 6345

Box: Campus Box 2446

Address: Gettysburg Review

300 North Washington St.
Gettysburg, PA 17325-1400

Education:
PhD University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill, 1970
MA University of Minnesota, 1964
BA University of Minnesota, 1962