William Fenton is a Teaching Fellow at Fordham University, where he is specializes in Composition/Rhetoric while he pursues his Ph.D in English. He earned a B.A. in English from Rollins College and an M.A. in English from Fordham. In addition to his research in nineteenth-century American literature, Will works in the Digital Humanities. He is currently a HASTAC scholar and recipient of a Fordham Innovative Pedagogy Initiative Grant.
Last summer, William joined the summer faculty at the Seefeld, Austria campus of the Institut auf dem Rosenberg where he taught English to international students. In addition to three years experience at the Fordham Writing Center, Will has privately tutored in Orlando, Frankfurt, and New York.
William’s publishing experience includes editorial work for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Bill Smith Group, and most recently PC Magazine where he continues to contribute freelance articles and reviews. His prose and poetry have appeared in numerous reviews and journals, including The Boston Literary Magazine, Cold Mountain Review, Writer’s Block (Rutgers), Ellipsis, and Monogahela Review.
Whether it’s structuring an academic argument, performing and integrating research, or editing an application essay, William is eager to share his passion for writing.