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editor , educator , writer

Julie Sophia Paegle, American writer, editor, educator. President Amnesty International, Salt Lake City, 1988—1992; Member of Modern Language Association, Academy American Writers.

Background

Paegle, Julie Sophia was born on December 3, 1971 in Salt Lake City. Daughter of Jan and Julia Elvira Paegle.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Utah, 1990. Bachelor, University Utah, 1997. Master of Fine Arts, University Utah, 2000.

Doctor of Philosophy in Literature and Creative Writing, University Utah, 2006.

Career

Research assistant Lamont Doherty Geological Institute, Palisades, New York, 1992, Geophysical Institute, Fairbanks, Alaska, 1994. Teaching fellow department English University Utah, Salt Lake City, since 1998. Teaching fellow Writing Program, since 1998.

Writer in residence Wasatch Elementary, 1999—2002. English teacher Upward Bound, Fairbanks, 1999. Poetry editor Quarterly West, Salt Lake City, since 2001.

Assistant professor poetry California State University, San Bernardo2006.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: That Other Sky, Songs for the Tango Choir, (poem) Twelve Clocks. Contributor poetry to various publications.

Membership

President Amnesty International, Salt Lake City, 1988—1992. Member of Modern Language Association, Academy American Writers.

Connections

Married Stephen Lehigh, September 22, 2002. 1 child Jan Connor Lehigh.

father:
Jan Paegle

mother:
Julia Elvira Paegle

spouse:
Stephen Lehigh

child:
Jan Connor Lehigh Paegle