Written Work   5 comments

Fiction

Creative Nonfiction

Theatre Reviews/Previews

Articles—Journal/Newspaper/Magazine

NonFiction for Radio

  • “Kluane Lake Reports” (9 part series for CBC about the science going on at Kluane Lake Research Station), Summer 2009.
  • “Yukon 2058,” (5 part series, radio fictional narrative) for CBC North about life in the Yukon fifty years from now. Dec 8-12, 2008.
  • “Leaving America,” (7 part memoir series, radio essays) for CBC North about
    my immigration journey from Texas to the Yukon Territory, Jun 2008
  • “Adopting my Mother,” (5-part memoir series, radio essays) CBC North, June 2003
  • Three Essays for Sept 11th memorial, CBC North Radio Memorial program, Sept.
    11, 2002

Cartooning

  • Polar Bonds, comic strip in the Yukon News, April 2003–Dec 2003
  • Captain Bly, self-published book of comic strips which had previously appeared in The Maneater (1992-1994), 1994

Editing

  • Editorial Team, Arctica, online magazine for Circumpolar Art and Culture, 2010.
  • Guest Editor, Inhuman, Flash Fiction Challenge #4 Anthology, Absolute XPress, 2010.
  • Managing Editor, Iron Horse Literary Review, Texas Tech University, 2004-2005.
  • Fiction Edtiorial Team, Iron Horse Literary Review, Texas Tech University, 1999-2001.

Works in Progress

  • Coming Out of America: a memoir of my immigration to the Yukon Territory: my 4000 mile road trip through the US and Canada, interviewing Americans and Canadians along the road, becomes a backdrop for talking about faith, immigration, Canada and the nature of national and personal identity.
  • Witness for their Evolution: When Animals Speak in Literature (collection of articles on talking animals in 20th Century Literature)
  • “Straight from the Gorilla’s Mouth: Aping Authorial Voice in Quinn’s Ishmael.”
  • “Speaking of Grief: Primate Language acquisition and expressions of grief in Malamud’s God’s Grace”

Awards

  • “Et Tu Bruté,” Finalist for Geist Postcard Story Contest, April 2010.
  • Believing in the Dog,” First Place Winner, PSAC Whitehorse Regional Pride Committee Short Story Contest, Nov. 2008
  • Tesseracts Nine wins Aurora Award for Best Work in English (other)
  • Tesseracts Nine, the anthology containing “Lemmings,” listed on ForeWord
    Magazine’s Book of the Year list, 2005.
  • Honourable Mention, Fountain Award, Speculative Literature Foundation, for “Lemmings in the Third Year,” from Tesseracts Nine, 2005.
  • Distinguished Young Alumni Award, Wayland Baptist University, 2005
  • Honourable Mention, John Haines Award, poetry, “At the Foot of the Bed in
    Korea,” Jan 2003
  • Fulbright Fellowship to Canada, 2001-2002
  • George T. Prigmore Graduate English Scholarship, Texas Tech University, 2001
  • William Bryan Gates Award for Doctoral Students, Texas Tech University, 2000
  • The Milton Center Post-Graduate Fellowship Award, 1996-1997

Conference Papers Presented

  • “ ‘The Bear Did Not Reply’: Manufacturing Consent and Animal Speech in Marian Engel’s Bear,” Canadian Film and Literature, RMMLA, Reno, October 2008.
  • Chair of Canadian Film and Literature, RMMLA, Reno, 2008
  • Chair of The Question of the Animal in Literature and Culture, RMMLA, Reno 2008.
  • “Akela’s Curriculum: Kipling, Baden-Powell and Animal Teachers in the Cub Scouts,” RMMLA conference, Calgary, October 6 2007.
  • Moderator, “Where Genre and Non-Genre Meet: Texas Writers on Texas Writing,” AWP conference, Austin, March 2006.
  • Panelist, “Celebrating Robert E. Howard in his Centennial Year,” AWP conference, Austin, March 8-12, 2006.
  • “Evolution, with Occasional Gun: ‘Uplifted’ Animals, Violence and Moral Responsibility in Lethem’s Gun, with Occasional Music” 19th Annual conference, Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, November, 2005
  • “The Portrait of the Artist as a Bear: Using Nietzsche to understand the fantasy elements in Rafi Zabor’s The Bear Comes Home.” Southwest/Texas Pop Culture Association Conference, Albuquerque, NM, March, 2001.
  • “The Bear as Religious Figure: an examination of the narrative use of the bear in 20th Century Literature.” University of Missouri-Columbia English Graduate Student Conference, February 2000.
  • “Cultural Assimilation: Octavia Butler’s Xenogenesis and the discourse of Indian Captivity narratives.” Texas Tech Graduate English Conference, February, 2000.
  • “Out of the Shadows of Watership Down: bringing Shardik to new audiences” Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Conference, Albuquerque, NM, February 2000.
  • “In the Shadows of Watership Down: a reception study of Adam’s Shardik in light of timing, previous works and children’s literature” Hubcon III, Texas Tech University, October, 1999.

Posted December 11, 2007 by jstueart

5 responses to “Written Work

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  1. Dude, I had no idea you had such an impressive resume.

  2. Thanks!!

  3. Wow, I’m floored also!!

  4. I never write poetry because I don’t consider myself angsty enough.

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