Number 52 – Tracy Daugherty

While I was at OSU, I took quite a few creative writing classes.  My very favorite was taught by Tracy Daugherty.  It was a small, upper level short story workshop class.  I have to admit I was far from the most talented writer in the class, but I really enjoyed the atmosphere and Tracy’s instruction.  He created a very professional, respectful environment for young writers.  I have always loved being surrounded by talented people, so Tracy’s class was a wonderful bastion of creativity in my undergraduate education.

Tracy’s wife Marjorie Sandor was also one of my professors at OSU.  I was so lucky to have such wonderful professors, especially since OSU’s English department isn’t very big.

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