Born in Evergreen Park, IL and raised in New Lenox, IL, I received my undergraduate degree from Carleton College in Sociology/Anthropology in 1993, my master’s degree in public interest journalism from The Ohio State University in 2000, and my MFA from The Ohio State University in 2004. After living in Minnesota, Illinois, Massachusetts, Ohio, and Georgia, I moved to Connecticut in 2011, where I live with my sweetie Cliff and my son Ivan.
I’m a writer, teacher, mom, Midwesterner, activist, and Buddhist. I have a loud laugh. If you’re interested, here’s my teaching blog with syllabi and links and so forth. I get mad at the state of health insurance in the United States.
Feelings on Punctuation
I believe strongly in the serial comma. I use many, many exclamation points in email correspondence and texting but try to restrain myself in formal writing. Pro-semi-colon.
The Unofficial Bio
Huber has worked as a waitress, an artist’s model, a trash collector, gardener, nanny, dishwasher,video store clerk, researcher for the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, canvassing staff for an environmental organization, labor-community coalition organizer, receptionist, mental health counselor, overnight security staff in a mental health center, nonprofit project manager, editor, associate publisher, reporter, medical proofreader, writing instructor for engineering students, adviser to a student newspaper, and finally a professor. She is a big fan of: the Chicago White Sox, her cool son, trips by plane, train and car, coffee, and reading too much too late at night. She is not so great at: cooking and cleaning, video games, saying “no,” among many other things. She loves the work of Thorstein Veblen, limes, and thrift stores.
Composition I & II American Attitudes About Technology (Composition II for Engineering Students) Introduction to Creative Writing Writing Family History Creative Nonfiction Advanced Creative Nonfiction Magical Realist Fiction Art & History of the Personal Essay Feature Writing Intermediate Reporting & Copyediting Advanced Reporting & Copyediting: Journalism Practicum Writing & Publishing
Even though my hair is long now etc. etc.
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