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language educator , writer

Michael William Marx, American language educator, writer.

Background

Marx, Michael William was born on November 1, 1951 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Elmer Edward and Katharine Scott (Wall) Marx.

Education

Student, Loyola University. Bachelor in Political Science, Hobart College, 1973. Master of Fine Arts in Film Making, New York University, 1976.

Master of Arts in English, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, 2001.

Career

Freelance writer, California, 1976-1990. Owner, head chef Freelandville Novelist Cafe, Indiana, 1990—1995. Public Marx & Marx Writers & Publications, 1998—1999.

Instructor English language and literature Indiana State University, Terre Haute, 1999—2001. Instructor Lakeland College, Danville, Illinois, 2000—2001, Ivy Tech State College, Terra Haute & Greenfield, Indiana, 2000—2001, Mira Costa College, Oceanside, California, 2001—2003, Southwestern College, Chula Vista, 2001—2002, San Diego City College, since 2001, Palomar College, San Marcos, 2001—2003, Miramar College, San Diego, 2001—2003, Cuyumaca College, El Cajon, 2001—2003, Inter-American College, National City, 2001—2003, San Diego State University, 2002—2004, National University, 2002—2004. Instructor literature, film Webster University, since 2004.

Instructor Chapman University, 2004—2005. Instructor humanities, English composition, English literature, effective speaking Art Institute California, San Diego, 2004—2008, chair library committee, 2006—2008. English instructor ITT Technology, since 2009, United States University, since 2010.

Teacher Vincennes University, Indiana, 1991—1993, Indiana Business College, 1995.

Works

Connections

father:
Elmer Edward Marx

mother:
Katharine Scott (Wall) Marx