1999 Present: Combined M.F.A. and M.A.
program in Creative Writing and Literature, University of Idaho, Moscow. Anticipated
degree award date: May, 2002.
1988 B.A., cum laude, University of
California, San Diego. Major in Communication, minor in Literature.
2000-01 English Instructor,
University of Idaho. Teaching college composition and rhetoric.
2000 Teaching Assistant to Dr. Kerry Ellen McKeever for English 495,
Literary Criticism. Spring semester.
Directed a publishing internship
for 5 graduate and undergraduates at the University of Idaho, resulting in the publication
of a creative writing textbook, Rebel Yell.
Graphic design software
instructor at Computopia, San Francisco. Taught Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and
Presentation Skills for Scientists at the Gladstone Institutes, San Francisco.
In another moment down went Alice after it, never once
considering how in the world she was to get out again.
1975 Present. Poetry, fiction, and essays published in over
1984 Look Ma, No Head! Poetry chapbook
published by Impetus Press, Stow, Ohio.
1986 Green Fuse. Poetry chapbook published
by Mofo Press, San Diego, California.
1987 Janus Is That God. Collaborative
theatre project produced at UC San Diego.
1988 Wilmington. Short film script; film
produced and directed by Jay Greathouse.
1991 Sex & Politics. Poetry chapbook
published by Solstice Press, San Francisco.
1992 Extreme Cases. One-act play produced
by OGarvey & Greathouse at Humbolt State University as their MFA thesis project.
Novel published by Wordcraft of Oregon.
1984 1997 As founder,
editor, and publisher of Permeable Press I produced two
full-length trade paperback books per year, as well as sixteen issues of a critically
acclaimed literary magazine, Puck. Designed, produced, and print supervised all
publications. Managed marketing, sales and distribution, author publicity and tours, and
accounting. Permeable Press sold to Cambrian Publications in 1997.
Freelance editor for Mercury House (San Francisco).
Content editor for Pharmako/Gnosis by Dale Pendell, a book about the use and
history of pharmaceutical flora.
1990 Present Collage and
silk-screen prints focused on text illumination. Collages published as illustrations in
magazines. Exhibitions in collage and book-art gallery shows include: Good Vibrations (San
Francisco, 1993), Printed Matter (New York, 1995), New York Public Library (1997,
permanent book-art collection).
1990 1999 Founding partner of the San
Francisco design firm Putnam Clark Design Group. Clients included Wells Fargo Bank,
Stanford University, Williams-Sonoma, Bancroft-Whitney Law Publishers.
Book-cover designer for Wordcraft of Oregon.
Scientific illustrator for the Gladstone Institutes, a
molecular biology research institute.
Publications designer for the University of Idaho.
Manager of a quick-print shop in San Franciscos busy
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