mary ann cain
Mary Ann Cain lives in Fort Wayne, Indiana, where she teaches writing and rhetoric at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne. Her fiction, essays, and poems have appeared in literary journals locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. A novel, Down from Moonshine, was published in 2009. Her critical work on writing theory and praxis includes a collaborative book, Composing Public Space: Teaching Writing in the Face of Private Interests and a monograph on writing workshops, Revisioning Writers’ Talk, as well as numerous articles and book chapters about writing and writing instruction. Her latest project is a nonfiction book about the legacy of Chicago artist-teacher-activist Dr. Margaret Burroughs.