Dr. Emily Dial-Driver is a professor in the
Department of English and Humanities at Rogers State University.
She has developed two nationally-sold
telecourses. Her text, Guide to College Writing, published by
Bent Tree Press, is sold nationally. She has published articles and
poetry and had plays and media produced. Her articles on education have
appeared in such publications as Community College Review and
Executive Educator. Her poetry has appeared in periodicals,
such as the Oklahoma English Journal, The Baby Connection,
Southwest Regional Conference on English, Writers and Poets,
Not-so-Modern Drummer, etc. Her short stories have appeared in
periodicals, such as EWGPresents and SNReview.
Among other honors, she appears in Who’s Who
in Education, Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, Contemporary
American Authors, and Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers
and has received service and teaching awards. She has presented at
local, regional, and national conferences on English, technology, pop
culture, and higher education.
She has edited such works as Maggie Culver Fry’s
The Cherokee Female Seminary Years: A Cherokee National Anthology.
Currently she is the fiction editor for the Rogers University
publication Cooweescoowee: A Journal of Arts and Letters.
With others, she is an editor and contributor to
Voices from the Heartland, an Oklahoma Centennial Project, published by
the University of Oklahoma Press. Voices from the Heartland was
a finalist for the Oklahoma Book Award 2008. She is also editor and
contributor to the Truth of Buffy: Essays on Fiction Illuminating
Reality, published by McFarland Press, 2008.