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Professor of the Practice in the Department of English
Melissa Malouf is Professor of the Practice of English. She teaches courses in creative writing and (mainly) contemporary literature. She is the author of two novels, More Than You Know and It Had to Be You (Avisson Press, 1997) and a collection of stories, No Guarantees (William Morrow, 1990). One of the stories in this collection, "The Golden Robe," was awarded a prestigious Pushcart Prize (1989). Several of her stories have been cited for excellence by both Pushcart and Best American Short Stories; two of them appear in North Carolina anthologies of contemporary literature. She has written three one-act plays, which premiered at Duke, as well as two opera libretti, one of them commissioned by The Durham Arts Council. Dr. Malouf is the recipient of The Alumni Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching Award (1997). She earned her Ph.D. in English and American Literature at the University of California, Irvine. In addition to her roles as a member of Duke's English Department, she works on Selection and Recruitment for the Office of Undergraduate Scholars and Fellows.
- Ph.D., University of California at Irvine 1979
Malouf, M. "It Had to Be You." Antaeus (1988). (Short Story)
Malouf, M. "Duet: one act play; premiere at Duke University, Playwrights' Festival." (1988). (Short Story)
Malouf, M. "Some Enchanted Evening." Kenyon Review (1986). (Short Story)
Malouf, M. "An Eye for Detail." New Orleans Review (1985). (Short Story)
Malouf, M. "Parachute." Indiana Review (1984). (Short Story)
Malouf, M. "A Love Story in One Act." Sou’wester (1983). (Short Story)