Chanel received a Michener Fellowship from University of Texas at Austin and is now working on her M.F.A. in poetry writing at the university.
Faine moved to Cambodia in 2010 to begin work at the Cambodia Daily News as a reporter. She also free-lances for an online newspaper, as well as keeping up her personal food blog (http://fainegreenwood.com).
Phillip went on from Tulane to receive his M.F.A. in Poetry at Washington University and is now a junior instructor there.
Jonathan, a former English Major, student worker, and graduate of Tulane's 4+1 program, has a new position as the Coordinator for Multicultural Affairs & Diversity Programs at the University of New England.
Kathryn Duncan Stasio
Kathryn Duncan Stasio received her Ph.D. in 1996 and is now as Associate Professor of English at Saint Leo University where she teaches first-year composition, British literature, research methods, and world literature. Dr. Stasio serves as treasurer and co-secretary for the South Central Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies and as book review editor for the annual Religion in the Age of Enlightenment. She edited the book Religion in the Age of Reason: A Transatlantic Study of the Long Eighteenth Century (AMS Press, 2009) and has published articles on eighteenth-century pirates, Methodists, feminist pedagogy, Jane Austen, and evolutionary psychology. Several of her articles were co-authored with her husband, Mike Stasio, (Ph.D. in psychology, Louisiana State University), an assistant professor at the University of Tampa. They have an eight-year-old daughter.
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