For more than two decades, Michael Keathley has been an active writer, editor, and educator. After completing a Master of Arts in Classics, additional graduate work in English and education, and overseas study in Macedonia, Italy, Greece, and Pakistan, he authored several monthly columns in international newspapers. He also wrote three books under the pseudonym Michael A. Dimitri, as well as several hundred articles while working as a faculty member and administrator at various postsecondary institutions both on ground and online. His research interests include Macedonian Studies, Composition/Rhetoric, and online pedagogy. He is a frequent lecturer and presenter at national and international conferences. Join him on Twitter for more discussion at @MichaelKeathley or reach him on Google+.
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