Kip Robisch is a professor of creative writing and literature at The University of Indianapolis with an MA from Purdue University's creative writing program and a PhD concentrating on the study of American nature writing. For the past year and a half Kip has taught courses for the Indiana Writers Center and led book discussions for the Center in conjunction with the Indianapolis Marion County Public Libraries. He has published several short stories and articles, and his book, Wolves and the Wolf Myth in American Literature, is probably available at your local library. If it isn't, then feel free to ask them to order multiple copies. Kip lives in Zionsville with his cat, Roxie.
© Indiana Writers Center 2012