William Stull

William L. Stull teaches courses ranging from the Bible and/as Literature to Contemporary Fiction.He has published ten books and over fifty scholarly articles, many in collaboration with Maureen P. Carroll, Adjunct Professor of Humanities.The focus of his research isthe American short-story writer, poet, and essayist Raymond Carver, who received an honorary doctorate of letters from the University of Hartford shortly before his death, at age fifty, in 1988.Professor Stullís publications on Carver include Remembering Ray: A Composite Biography (1993), All of Us: The Collected Poems (1996), Il mestiere di scrivere (with Riccardo Duranti, 1997), and Call If You Need Me: The Uncollected Fiction and Prose (2000).His current project is Beginners: The Original Version of What We Talk About When We Talk About Love, a restored Carver manuscript slated for publication in 2008.Stull and Carroll have also written on the poetry and fiction of Carverís widow, Tess Gallagher, who received an honorary doctorate from the University of Hartford in 2004.The University of Hartford is the only institution to have conferred honorary degrees upon both Carver and Gallagher, one ofthe most notable couples in recent American literature.Stullís work has been translated into French, Italian, Japanese, and Farsi.

William Stull

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