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Ms. Jill Reid

Assistant Professor of English

Alexandria Hall, Room 301C
LC Box 606, Pineville, LA 71359
(318) 487-7235
(318) 487-7310


M.F.A., Seattle Pacific (March 2014)                                       M.A., Baylor University                                                           B.A., Louisiana College ;

Jill Reid specializes in modern American and British poetry as well as creative writing, focusing particularly on the relationship between art and faith. She is a member of the Christianity and Literature Association and the Association of Writers and Writing Programs. She has published poetry in both secular and faith friendly journals including Ruminate Magazine, Relief Journal, The Fourth River, Tipton Poetry Review, and Big Muddy.  Most recently, she was chosen as a quarter finalist in the Janet McCabe International Poetry Contest.  Her finalist poem will be published in the Fall 2013 issue of Ruminate Magazine.  Jill also founded and currently oversees Louisiana College’s Café Night, a monthly venue designed to gather students, faculty, and staff together to share original writing in a community atmosphere.  Jill is currently working on her terminal degree in creative writing with a specialization in poetry at Seattle Pacific University. 


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