Bugeja, Michael J.

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BUGEJA, Michael J.

BUGEJA, Michael J. American. Genres: Poetry, Education, Literary criticism and history. Career: United Press International, Sioux Falls, SD, state editor, 1975-79; Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, associate professor of journalism, 1979-86; Ohio University, Athens, professor of journalism, 1986-. Publications: What We Do for Music (poetry chapbook), 1990; The Visionary, 1990; Platonic Love, 1991; Culture's Sleeping Beauty: Essays on Poetry, Prejudice, and Belief, 1992; After Oz, 1993; Flight from Valhalla, 1993; The Art & Craft of Poetry, 1994; Academic Socialism: Merit and Morale in Higher Education, 1994; Living Ethics, 1995; Poet's Guide, 1995; Little Dragons, 1995; Visionary, 1995; Talk, 1997; Family Values, 1997; Guide to Writing Magazine Nonfiction, 1998; Millennium's End, 1999; Living without Fear: Understanding Cancer and the New Therapies, 2001; Crown and Garland, 2001. Address: Hamilton Hall, Iowa State University, Ames, IA 50011, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]