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Part-Time Lecturer in English

Susan Spilecki teaches writing at Northeastern University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Although she has taught creative writing and literature in the past, her current work centers on helping nonfiction writers find healthy practices to be more productive. 

In addition to her MFA, she holds an MA in Theological Studies from Episcopal Divinity School (2012), where she studied Queer Theology and Environmental Theology and Ethics.

  • “Reconceptualizing Christian Stewardship to Combat Ecological Crisis.” Journal of Faith and Science Exchange, 2011.
  • “Dit Da Jow.” Evocative Objects: Things We Think With. MIT Press, 2007.
  • “Looking Forward Through Looking Back.” American Bungalow, Fall 2005

Working Papers:

  • “Constructive Procrastination as Part of the Writing Process.”
  • “Emotion in the Writing Center.”

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