Jill Stukenberg

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Jill Stukenberg is the upcoming UW Marathon County Distinguished Faculty Society honoree. Her project involves work on a novel based on a short story she published in Midwestern Gothic in 2016. She was also the UW Colleges 2016-2017 Wisconsin Teaching Fellow. Stukenberg approaches teaching as a scholar and recently presented at the Fall 2017 Creative Writing Studies Organization's conference in North Carolina on the topic "Rethinking Inspiration in Introductory Creative Writing."

Stukenberg is the advisor to Mush, the literature and art magazine of UWMC. She is also a co-director of UW Marathon County's summer Wizarding Academy program.



  • Stukenberg, Jill. “Deep Habits: The Workshop as Critique in Creative Writing” Arts & Humanities in Higher Education, special issue “Critique as Signature Pedagogy,” edited by Nancy Chick and Phillip Motley, July 2016, ahh.sagepub.com, DOI: 10.1177/147402216652770
  • Anderson, Kristine Rae, Jeffrey Becker, Mary Cantrell, Phoebe Reeves, and Jill Stukenberg. “Diggers in the Garden: The Habits of Mind of Creative Writers in Basic Writing Classrooms. Teaching English in the Two-Year College, vol. 42, no. 2, December 2014, pp. 161-171.

Creative work

  • Stukenberg, Jill. “Ice Pick.” Midwestern Gothic, vol. 21, Spring 2016, pp. 163 – 176.
  • Stukenberg, Jill. “The Lady.” The Collagist 55, February 2014.
  • Stukenberg, Jill. “Three Accidents.” Devil’s Lake, May 2013.