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Chalres Larimore Etheridge

Chalres Larimore Etheridge, literature and language professor. Recipient Bill Crook award, Food Bank Corpus Christi, 2007; Haas Fellowship, Texas A & M U.-Corpus Christi, 2007-2009, Fellowship, Sam Taylor Foundation, 1996. Vol. grant writer Food Bank Corpus Christ, 2005—2009; Member of Council College Teachers English (councilor 1992-1995), Conference College Composition & Communication, National Council Teachers English.

Background

  • Etheridge, Chalres Larimore Son of Charles Larimore and Billie Joyce Etheridge.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, University Texas, El Paso, 1985. Doctor of Philosophy, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, 1989.

    Career

    • Assistant, associate, & professor English McMurry University, Abilene, Texas, 1989—2004. Associate professor English Texas Advertising & Marketing University, Corpus Christi, since 2004. Book review editor Steinbeck Review, San Jose, California, since 2003.

      With United States Navy, 1979-1982, United States Ship Norton Sound.

    Works

    • Desert After Rain (Border Canto Trilogy)
    • Desert After Rain, Book II of the Border Canto Trilogy: "The beauty of the arid urban and suburban settings is word-sketched so vividly that the ordinary transcends into something close to magical realism.
    • Author: (novel) Border Canto, The Desert After Rain.

    Membership

    Vol. grant writer Food Bank Corpus Christ, 2005—2009. Member of Council College Teachers English (councilor 1992-1995), Conference College Composition & Communication, National Council Teachers English.

    Connections

    • Married Diana Naranjo, June 15, 2002. Children: Charles Larimore, Jose Benjamin, James Parker.
    • father: Charles Larimore
    • mother: Billie Joyce Etheridge
    • spouse: Diana Naranjo
    • children: Charles Larimore Etheridge
    • Jose Benjamin Etheridge
    • James Parker Etheridge
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    • 1985
      University Texas
    • 1989
      Texas Christian University
    • 1989 - 2004
      Assistant, English McMurry University
      Abilene, Texas, United States
    • 1989 - 2004
      associate, English McMurry University
      Abilene, Texas, United States
    • 1989 - 2004
      & professor, English McMurry University
      Abilene, Texas, United States
    • 2004
      associate, professor English Texas A & M University
      Corpus Christi, Texas, United States