Judy Hood


Judy Hood holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Miami. Her students’ stories and collaborative poems, inspired by the documentary film One Water, are published on the Knight Center for International Media web site. She received recognition for her poem “Thanking Joe” from The Robert Frost Heritage House Poetry Festival and for her Best Start Fiction from Glimmertrain. The Miami Herald published her story, “Strange Old Cookie Cutters in a Brave New World,” The Southern Quarterly, her article on Zora Neale Hurston, “Born with a Skillet in Her Hands,” and The Stringer, her poem, “Blue Hydrangeas.” A Senior Lecturer and Faculty Learning Community Fellow, she presently teaches courses in Visual Rhetoric and a Creative Writing Multi Genre Workshop.