1. University of Virginia
  2. Arts & Sciences

Keith Driver

Associate Director of Academic and Professional Writing

322B Bryan Hall

Office Hours:

TWR 1:00-2:00 & by app't

Class Schedule:

M 6:00-8:30pm

Degrees

M.F.A. University of Iowa, 2001
B.A. University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 1999

Specialties

Creative Writing, Writing Program

Publications

Poetry

  • “The Emperor of the Empire” 
  •  “A Saga”
  • “Poem”
  • “The Division of the Humanities” B O D Y (September 2012)
  • “A Factory” 
  • “A Factory” Elimae (March 2010).
  • “Pink Triglav Rose” Hunger Mountain 11 (Fall 2007) 65
  • “Museum,” “In Transit,” “Dear Hustler,”  Pindeldyboz :Poetry Issue (Spring 2006) 85-88
  • “Big Mistake,” “Assessment Report,” “Went Not to the Grand Canyon Went Not to California,”  Bridge 14 (February/March 2005) 34
  • “Midwestern” Jubilat 6 (Fall/Winter 2003), 45
  • “Short Sentences” 
  • “Sail”  Third Bed 7 (Fall/Winter 2002), 158-160

Reviews

  • Review of Ever Saskya’s The Porch is a Journey Different from the House (in Bridge 15)

Editorial Work

  • Gjuzel, Bogomil. The Wreckage Reconsidered: Poems. Keith Driver, Ed. Chattanooga: PM Books, 1997.

Readings/Presentations

  • Myopic Reading Series, Chicago, IL April 17, 2005
  • Danny’s Reading Series, Chicago, IL February 18, 2004
  • Around the Coyote Arts Festival, Chicago, IL September 6, 2003
  • Chicago Poetry Center, Chicago, IL April 21, 2002
  • Chicago Poetry Center, Chicago, IL April 24, 2002
  • Meacham Writers’ Conference, Chattanooga, TN March 26-29, 2003
  • Talk Art Café, Iowa City, IA Spring 2001

Awards/Fellowships

  • Teaching Institute Fellowship, Robert Morris College 2006-2007
  • Poetry Center of Chicago Juried Reading Prize 2002
  • Callen Scholarship, University of Iowa 1999-2001
  • English Honor Society Award, University of Tennessee 1999
  • Authors and Artists Scholarship, University of Tennessee 1997-1998