More About the Author
Greg Glau was born in Phoenix, Arizona, raised in Prescott, Arizona, and since 2008 has been an Associate Professor and Director of the University Writing Program at Northern Arizona University. Previously, he was Director of Writing Programs at Arizona State University, where he taught since 1994.
Greg received his MA in Rhetoric and Composition from Northern Arizona University, and his PhD in Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English from the University of Arizona. With Linda Adler-Kassner of Eastern Michigan University, Greg is co-editor of the Bedford Bibliography for Teachers of Basic Writing (2001; second edition 2005); the third edition was published in 2010 (co-edited with Chitralekha Duttagupta of Utah Valley University).
Greg also (with Chitralekha De Duttagupta of Utah Valley University) is coauthor of Everyday Writing (Pearson, 2012); is coauthor of Scenarios for Writing (Mayfield/McGraw-Hill, 2001) and The McGraw-Hill Guide: Writing for College, Writing for Life with Duane Roen and Barry Maid (McGraw-Hill: 2009; second edition 2010; 3rd edition 2013). Greg has published in the Journal of Basic Writing, WPA: Writing Program Administration, Rhetoric Review, English Journal, The Writing Instructor, IDEAS Plus, and Arizona English Bulletin. He's coauthor of a chapter in The Writing Program Administrator as Theorist (Rose and Weiser; Heineman), and author of a chapter in The Writing Program Administrator's Resource: A Guide to Reflective Institutional Practice (Enos and Brown; Erlbaum).
Greg regularly presents at CCCC and has presented at WPA, MLA, RMMLA, the Western States Composition Conference, NCTE, and others. He (with Duane Roen and Barry Maid) is past managing coeditor of WPA: Writing Program Administration.
Greg also is a photographer; you can see his work at gglau.zenfolio.com.