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Denise Rogers

Master Instructor
Director of the Writing Center

M.F.A., University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, 1996

Office: Griffin 340
Phone: 337-482-5497

Pronouns: she/her

Teaching and Research Areas

Composition, interdisciplinary humanities, Creative writing (poetry), British and American literature, Shakespeare, Renaissance literature.


Denise Rogers’ poems have appeared in such magazines as Louisiana Literature, Mid-America Poetry Review, Borderlands: The Texas Poetry Review, Ekphrasis, The Alaska Quarterly Review and Xavier Review. Her poem “Ars Poetica” was a finalist for the Ekphrasis Poetry Contest in 2005, and her poem “Snow Falling on Small Town” won the Louisiana Literature Poetry Prize for 2004. She is a frequent contributor to Interdisciplinary Humanities, the journal of the National Association for Humanities Education. In 2002, she was a recipient of an Artist’s Fellowship from the Louisiana Division of the Arts. Her first book of poems, The Scholar’s Daughter, was published in 2008 by Louisiana Literature Press.