Sybil Baker


Sybil Baker

Sybil Baker teaches creative writing and humanities in the interdisciplinary honors program. She is the author of The Life Plan, Talismans, and Into This World, which received an Eric Hoffer Award Honorable Mention, and was a finalist for Foreword’s Best Book of the Year Award. She frequently teaches at Yale Writers’ Conference and taught in City University of Hong Kong’s MFA program. She was a featured writer at the American Writers’ Festival in Singapore, and was a Visiting Professor at Middle Eastern Technical University in North Cyprus. She has received Outstanding Teacher and Creative Scholarship Awards from UTC’s College of Arts and Sciences. She was awarded two MakeWork Artist Grants and a 2017 Individual Artist’s Fellowship from the Tennessee Arts Commission. She is Fiction Editor at Drunken Boat. Immigrant Essays and While You Were Gone (a novel) are forthcoming from C&R Press.

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