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Mr. William E Feltt

Mr. William E Feltt

Instructor

Office: 3762 - Coleman Hall
Email: wefeltt@eiu.edu

William Feltt's Vita
Office Hours:  MWF 1:00-2:00 p.m.; MW 3:00-4:30 p.m.

William Feltt teaches composition I & II. He has also taught courses at the University of Phoenix – St. Louis campus, and online courses at East Central College in Union, MO, including college writing, business literature, and technical writing. Before that, he worked in journalism for more than twelve years in numerous capacities. His work "Yard Sale" appears in the February edition of Black Oak Presents, an online literary magazine based in Illinois, and his short story “Mr. Right,” received the Editors’ Choice Award in 2006 in an international short fiction contest, held by the online literary journal The Scream Online. Excerpts from his developing memoir, Just Left of Center: Mr. Miyagi, Where Have You Gone, appears in the 2007 April/May Agora. He received a bachelor’s in journalism from EIU in 1987 and a master’s in 2002, when he completed his creative thesis, a young adult novel titled Marty on the Edge.

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MA, Eastern Illinois University

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