Leslie Goetsch has taught literature and writing to middle school, high school, undergraduate, and graduate students over the course of her teaching career. Most recently she has served as a lecturer in the College of Education at Towson University,, teaching an advanced writing course and co-directing the Maryland Writing Project. She earned her BA in English from Duke University, a Masters in Liberal Arts from Johns Hopkins University, and a Masters in Fine Arts (fiction) from George Mason University. Leslie has been involved with the Maryland Writing Project for thirty-five years, directing the Student Writers Workshop and the Teacher Summer Institute, as well as participating in and presenting at the NWP Annual meeting. She is delighted to return to the GMU English Department and excited about the opportunity to serve as director of NVWP.
Back Creek, a novel (Bancroft Press, 2008).