Composition and Creative Nonfiction
Stephanie L. Liberatore is the Assistant Director of Composition and a writer and professor in the English Department. She teaches first-year and advanced composition, literature, and creative writing courses for undergraduates. As Assistant Director of Composition, she helps oversee Mason’s ENGH101 program and provides mentoring and professional development support for graduate TAs who are new to teaching the course.
Prior to coming to Mason, Stephanie worked as a managing editor, a columnist, and a grant writer for educational nonprofits in the DC area.
She holds an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from George Mason University.
Liberatore, Stephanie L. “Sixteen Reasons to Move to San Francisco, or Not.” EDGE 8 (2014): 39–50.
Liberatore, Stephanie L. “Under My Father’s Tree.” Hot Metal Bridge Fall (2013). n. page.
Mason 4-VA OER Grant, May 2016-May 2017
Term Faculty Development Fund Grant, Summer 2016
Residency/Writer Grant, The Vermont Studio Center, January 2014
ENGH201: Reading and Writing About Texts
ENGH302B: Advanced Composition (Business)
ENGH302M: Advanced Composition (Multidisciplinary)
ENGH396: Introduction to Creative Writing