Warren Gary Rochelle, Professor of English, earned a Ph.D. (1997) in English and an MFA (1991) in creative writing from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, after receiving an M.S. (1978) in library service from Columbia University and a B.A (1977) in English from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Dr. Rochelle has had his work published in several journals including Foundation, Extrapolation, and Paradoxa, as well as in two essay collections, More Lights than one on the Fiction of Fred Chappell (2004) and Teaching Ideas for University English: What Really Works (2004). His critical work, Communities of the Heart: The Rhetoric of Myth in the Fiction of Ursula K. Le Guin, was published by Liverpool University Press in 2001. He has published four novels, The Wild Boy (2001), Harvest of Changelings (2007), and The Called (2010), all from Golden Gryphon Press, and The Werewolf and His Boy (Samhain Publishing, 2016). His short fiction and poetry have been published in numerous journals, including North Carolina Literary Review, Crucible, Icarus, Asheville Poetry Review, Empty Oaks, and The Silver Gryphon.
He has given numerous conference presentations, most recently a reading and talk on The Werewolf and His Boy at the Popular Culture Association Conference in San Diego.