Sean Negus holds a Master in English: Composition and a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing: Poetry from San Francisco State University. Some research interests of his involve the intersection of Consciousness Studies and writing theory, contemporary poetics, transnational theory, and interdisciplinary literary methodologies. In 2016 he completed the EPIC fellowship at Stanford University where he explored pedagogies of the literary transnational.
I am a poet and fiction writer, and began teaching at SFSU in 2014. I have taught English 104/105, 214, and classes in the creative writing department. I also teach at Skyline College in San Bruno, California.
After graduating from U.C. Santa Cruz many moons ago in economics and history, I worked in the non-profit sector for twenty years, mostly in the fields of financial education and economic justice. I received my M.A. in English and M.F.A. in Creative Writing from San Francisco State.