• Scott Gould

    Scott Gould

    Creative Writing Creative Writing Department Chair, Creative Nonfiction Instructor

    Scott Gould is the author of the story collection, Strangers to Temptation (Hub City Press, 2017). His work has appeared in Kenyon Review, Carolina Quarterly, Crazyhorse, New Madrid Journal, The Bitter Southerner, Black Warrior Review, Eclectica, The Raleigh Review, New Stories from the South, and New Southern Harmonies, among others. He is a two-time winner of the Artist Fellowship in Prose from the South Carolina Arts Commission and a past winner of the Fiction Fellowship from the South Carolina Academy of Authors.

  • Mamie Morgan

    Mamie Morgan

    Creative Writing Poetry Instructor

    Mamie Morgan completed her BA in English and Religious Studies from Wofford College before earning an MFA in Poetry from UNC Wilmington. Her work has appeared in Four Way Review, Muzzle, Smartish Pace, The Oxford American, Cimarron Review, Carolina Quarterly, Yemassee, The Greensboro Review, Inkwell, TOWN, edible Upcountry and elsewhere. She has been named a Surdna Teaching Fellow and a Presidential Teacher in the Arts. 2018 marks her thirteenth year teaching at the Governor’s School. 

  • Alan Rossi

    Alan Rossi

    Creative Writing Creative Fiction Instructor

    Alan Rossi’s fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Granta, the Atlantic, the Missouri Review, Conjunctions, New England Review, Agni, and Ninth Letter, among others. His novella Did You Really Just Say That To Me? was awarded the third annual New England Review Award for Emerging Writers, and he was the New England Review/Bread Loaf Scholar for 2017. He is also the recipient of a Pushcart Prize and an O. Henry Prize. His first novel, Mountain Road, Late at Night, will be published by Picador in the spring of 2019. He lives in South Carolina with his wife and daughter.