Flagler College adjunct professor of English William Pewitt has recently been published in both Global Politics Magazine and the annual literary journal, Paper Nautilus.
Feb. 14, 2013
Flagler College Adjunct Professor of English William Pewitt has recently been published in both Global Politics Magazine and the annual literary journal, Paper Nautilus.
Pewitt’s Global Politics Magazine piece, “Good Luck Versus Worse Luck,” focuses on the U.S. economic situation. The article demonstrates how President Obama’s decisions have improved the economic situation and evaluates what could have been if he had not acted in the ways he did.
“I analyze the statistics that prove how his policies saved us from the abysmal circumstances that could have been,” Pewitt said.
His short story, “Music from a Small Planet,” will be published in Paper Nautilus this spring. The story traces one man’s attempt to understand his wife’s empty-nest-syndrome after their daughter leaves for college.
“The man realizes that—due to his own decisions—he’s pushed both women away from him, and perhaps worse, from each other,” Pewitt explained.
Pewitt currently teaches two creative writing classes at Flagler and received his masters of fine arts in fiction writing from the University of Arizona. Pewitt has published roughly a dozen stories and focuses much of his work on themes of familial responsibility.