- M.F.A. Wilkes University
- M.A. Wilkes University
- M.S. Nova Southeastern University
- B.A. Florida State University
Julio Cesar Alonso Jr. is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Writing and Communication at NSU's College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS) where he teaches basic, intermediate, and advanced composition courses. He received B.A.s from Florida State University in English (writing) and psychology, earned an M.S. in counseling from Nova Southeastern University, and received his M.A. and M.F.A. in creative writing from Wilkes University. He taught composition at Miami Dade College for fourteen years and presently teaches composition and psychology at Keiser University and tutors in the writing labs at Broward College. His poetry has been published in Poetry Quarterly and Haiku Journal, and a short story received mention in The Atlantic Monthly. His first novel, MURDERER'S WAKE, was published by Northampton House Press in 2017. He is currently writing a second novel.
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