- Assistant Professor
Todd Robinson is the author of Mass for Shut-Ins (Backwaters Press, 2018) and Note at Heart Rock (Main Street Rag Publishing, 2012). His writing has appeared in such venues as Prairie Schooner, Sugar House Review, Cortland Review, Natural Bridge, Superstition Review, Weber: The Contemporary West, Chiron Review, and A Dozen Nothing. Recipient of the 2011-2012 Thompson Learning Community’s Outstanding Faculty Award, he has conducted writing workshops with The Seven Doctors Project, The Naturalist School, Nebraska Warrior Writers, Nebraska Writers Collective, and the CÚRAM center for research in medical devices. He is founder and host of the Kaneko Art Museum’s Bibliophilia reading series.
Research and Creative Activity Interests
Poetry and poetics, creative nonfiction, medical humanities, addiction and recovery narratives, multi-genre writing
Ph.D. - University of Nebraska-Lincoln
M.A. - Creighton University
B.A. - Creighton University
Form and Theory of Poetry, Poetry Studio, Contemporary Writers, Creative Writing for the Arts, Modern Familiar Essay, Introduction to Creative Writing, Why the Arts Matter, Autobiographical Reading and Writing