Robert Phillips


Rm. 223C
Roy Cullen Bldg.

Ph: 3-2951

Robert Phillips is the author or editor of some 30 volumes of poetry, fiction, criticism, and belles lettres and publishes in numerous journals. A professor of English, he was director of the Creative Writing Program from 1991 to 1996. His honors include a 1996 Enron Teaching Excellence Award, a Pushcart Prize, an American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters Award in Literature, a New York State Council on the Arts CAPS Grant in Poetry, MacDowell Colony and Yaddo Fellowships, a National Public Radio Syndicated Fiction Project Award, a Syracuse University Arents Pioneer Medal, and Texas Institute of Letters membership. In 1998 he was named a John and Rebecca Moore Scholar at the University of Houston.

The Land of Lost Content (Vanguard Press)
The Pregnant Man (Doubleday)
Running on Empty (Doubleday)
William Goyen (criticism)(Twayne)
Personal Accounts: New & Selected Poems 1966-1986 (Ontario Review Press)
The Wounded Angel (Brighton Press)
Public Landing Revisited (Story Line Press)
Breakdown Lane (Johns Hopkins University Press)
Spinach Days (Johns Hopkins University Press)
The Madness of Art (Syracuse University Press)
News About People You Know (Texas Review Press)
Circumstances Beyond OUr Control (John Hopkins University Press)

University of Houston