Crew, Louie

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CREW, Louie

CREW, Louie. Also writes as Li Min Hua. American, b. 1936. Genres: Poetry, Gay and lesbian issues, Essays. Career: Master of English and Bible, Darlington School, Rome, GA, 1959-62; Master of English and Sacred Studies, St. Andrew's School, Middletown, DE, 1962-65; Instructor of English, Penge Secondary Modern School, London; 1965-66; Instructor of English, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 1966-70; Director, Independent Study in England for Experiment in International Living, 1970-71; Professor of English, Claflin College, Orangeburg, SC, 1971-73; Associate Professor of English, Fort Valley State Col., GA, 1973-79; Associate Professor of English, University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point, 1979-84; Director of Writing Program, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1984-87; freelance writer, 1987-88; Rutgers University, Newark, NJ, Associate Professor, 1989-2001, Professor Emeritus, 2002-. Founder, Integrity: International Ministry of Lesbian and Gay Anglicans, 1974-. Member of Board, Journal of Homosexuality, 1978-83, 1990-. Member of Board, National Gay Task Force, 1976-78; and National Council of Teachers of English, 1976-80. Publications: POETRY: Sunspots, 1976; Midnight Lessons, 1987; Quean Lutibelle's Pew, 1990. ESSAYS: The Gay Academic, 1978; E-Natter of Quean Lufibelle, 1990; A Book of Revelations, 1991. OTHER: (comp.) 101 Reasons to Be an Episcopalian, 2003. Address: 377 S Harrison St, East Orange, NJ 07018, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]