Kelci M. Kelci

(legally Kelci Baughman McDowell)

 

 

EDUCATION

 

MLIS candidate, San Jose State University, California, expected completion 2016

MFA in Writing, University of San Francisco, California, 2009 

BA in English, University of San Francisco, 2005

Study abroad, IES/University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Spring 2004

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

University of San Francisco, Gleeson Library | Geschke Resource Center

Reference & Research Services Library Assistant, 2/2006 — present

 

Switchback Literary Magazine     www.swback.com

Advising Editor, 5/2011 — 5/2012

Managing Editor, 3/2009 — 5/2011

Poetry Editor, 8/2007 —  3/2009

 

University of San Francisco, English Department

Teaching Assistant for Professor D.A. Powell, Spring, 2009

 

Graduate Theological Union, Flora Lamson Hewlett Library

Circulation Assistant, 9/2005 — 2/2006

 

University of San Francisco, Gleeson Library | Geschke Resource Center

Reference Desk Student Assistant, 2001 — 2005

 

SELECTED POETRY PUBLICATIONS 

 

"Interview" in sPARKLE & bLINK 2.4, May 2011

"Judas Lies Dying" in BlazeVOX 2kX, Fall 2010

"Untitled" in BlazeVOX 2kX, Fall 2010

"melvin st., p.a." in Blood Lotus #17

"a betty crocker recipe" in Blue Moon Literary and Art Review, Issue 6, Fall/Winter 2010 (in print only; not available online)

"23: a spring of mornings looped," sPARKLE & bLINK, Issue #5, July 2010

"44: where parallels are lived," sPARKLE & bLINK, Issue #5, July 2010

"50: my mother and father," sPARKLE & bLINK, Issue #5, July 2010

"31: portrait of the muse as a young woman," sPARKLE & bLINK, Issue #5, July 2010

 MFA Thesis, University of San Francisco: 52 Sundays, 2009

"Practice in Postmodernism," The Ignatian, 2005 

"Untitled," The Ignatian, 2003   

 

SELECTED POETRY READINGS 

 

4th Annual Faculty, Staff, and Student Gleeson Library Poetry Reading, 4/2012

Quiet Lightning, Cafe du Nord, San Francisco, CA, 5/2011

Open Heart Poetry Featured Reader, 7/2010

Quiet Lightning, Space Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 7/2010

Richmond District Branch Library, Poets 11, San Francisco, CA, 4/2010

Peninsula Literary Series, Palo Alto, CA, 3/2010

USF MFA Graduate Reading, San Francisco, CA, 8/2009

 

SELECTED POETRY READINGS CURATED

 

Gleeson Library Poetry Celebration, 4/2014

Faculty, Staff, and Student Poetry Month Reading, USF Gleeson Library, 4/2011

Switchback Issue 13 Launch Party, Dog Eared Books, San Francisco, CA, 4/2011

Switchback Issue 12 Launch Party, Books and Bookshelves, San Francisco, CA, 11/2010

Faculty and Staff National Poetry Month Reading, USF Gleeson Library, 4/2010

Switchback Issue 11 Launch Party, Cantina, San Francisco, CA, 3/2010

Faculty and Staff National Poetry Month Reading, USF Gleeson Library, 4/2009

 

EXHIBITIONS

 

Books (?) by Poets (!), University of San Francisco, Gleeson Library, 11/2007-1/2008

 

AWARDS AND HONORS

 

Academic Colleges and Research Libraries (ACRL) Conference Scholarship Recipient, 2011

USF English Department Writing Contest – Poetry, Spring 2005

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

 

Shop Steward, Office and Professional Employees (Local 3), 2009 — present

Essay Scorer for the Leo Walsh Irish Scholarship Program, 4/2011 & 4/2012

USF Book Club Facilitator, 2007 — 2012

President’s Advisory Committee on the Status of Women, USF, 2010 — 2012

 

TECHNICAL ABILITIES

 

Computer Skills: MS Windows, Mac OSX, MS Office Suite, Apple iWork Suite, Apple iLife Suite, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Acrobat Professional, Innovative Interfaces, Inc. Millennium (automated library system), Google Docs, Google Calendar, LiveJournal, Blogger, Wordpress, basic html, Django content management system, Ektron content management system, and other internet and world wide web communications 

Book Art Skills: printing using laserjet printers, inkjet printers, and laserjet photocopiers; page producing using handmade Japanese paper and other special papers, such as cork paper; page mending using repair tissue and liquid plastic adhesive; binding using string, liquid plastic adhesive, yarn, and other sewing supplies; case and textblock mending and spine recovering using Exacto knives, binder tape, filament tape, Fastape, hinge re-enforcements, and liquid plastic adhesive; designing nontraditional books using wood, wire, found materials, fabric, iron-ons, and more