Webb Harris

Professor Harris is the host of Seminole State College's Tuesday Voices open-microphone poetry sessions and the coordinator of the school's student creative writing competitions. He teaches primarily English I and Creative Writing. Professor Harris' stories and essays have appeared in numerous nationally circulated magazines, such as The Southern Review, The Massachusetts Review, and Folio.  His essay “Long Time Comin’: The Education of Brother Webb” won Auburn University’s Theodore C. Hoepfner Award and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

Phone:
407.708.2691
Office:
SLM E-0102
Degree(s):
  • Bachelor of Arts, English, University of Central Florida
  • Master of Arts, English, University of Central Florida
Courses being taught this semester:
Subj. #DescriptionClassBookSyllabus
CRW2002Creative Writing II13450
ENC1101English I11518
ENC1101English I11519
ENC1102English II11585
ENC1102English II11587
ENC1102English II11590

Contact

English Office
407.708.2060