Jen Logan Meyer

Lecturer in College Writing
MFA, Bennington College
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    • College Writing Program
    • MSC 1096-153-122
    • Washington University
    • 1 Brookings Drive
    • St. Louis, MO 63130-4899
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    Jen Meyer advises and teaches at the Sam Fox School of Art and Architecture where she leads the professional practice program, and is a lecturer in the College Writing Program.

    Her fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in The Sewanee Review, the Alaska Quarterly Review, The Los Angeles Review, december, and Hobart. She also writes essays for artist catalogs and portfolios, and works with visual artists and designers on collaborative projects. She was awarded a Tennessee Williams scholarship at the Sewanee Writer’s Conference in 2018, and was a semi-finalist for the American Short Fiction Short Story award in 2017. She received her MFA in Fiction at the Bennington Writing Seminars and is at work on a collection of connected stories.  

    Featured Courses

    College Writing: Place & Perspective

    Place & Perspective is a writing course featuring readings on the subject of our environments, whether social communities, physical spaces, or even virtual realities. We will consider how place-based thinking thrives across academic fields, from design thinking in art to systems science in engineering, from environmental policy in business to ethnographic writing in anthropology, to name a few possibilities.