Graduate Liberal Studies Program

Faculty and Staff

Ashley E. Hudson

Ashley Hudson, GLS Assistant Director

Lecturer and Assistant Director, Graduate Liberal Studies Program
Voice: 910.962.2427
FAX: 910.962.3542
E-mail: hudsona AT uncw DOT edu

Ashley Elizabeth Hudson is from Athens, Alabama. She was awarded the Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art poetry prize. Her poems appear in Six Little Things, the Southeast Review, and The Fairy Tale Review among others. She is co-founder of Palaver, UNCW's interdisciplinary academic and creative journal, for which she serves as Editor-in-Chief.

Degrees:

  • M.F.A. in Creative Writing, University of North Carolina Wilmington
  • B.A. in Journalism, University of Alabama

Major Publications:

  • Palaver, UNCW's interdisciplinary academic and creative journal
  • "Elegy for a Child Trapped Underground," Fairy Tale Review, The Grey Issue, March 2012
  • "Maybe Narcissus," "The Season's First Complaint," Anomalous, Issue 1.1, March 2011
  • "Romanticism," Verse Daily featured poem, January 28, 2011
  • "Romanticism," Southeast Review, Florida State University, Issue 28.2, 2010
  • "Yodel," Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art, Columbia University, Issue 45, 2008
  • "Caramel is Normal," Six Little Things, Six Bricks Press, Issue 9, Winter 2008
  • "Woebegotten Walls," fairytalereview.com, August 2016

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Academic Interests:

Ashley Hudson's academic interests include studies in the literary fairy tale, folklore, autobiographical poetry, ecopoetics, Southern poetry, nature poetry, creative nonfiction, and the publishing arts.

Last Update: July 10, 2015