Christopher Boucher

Associate Professor of the Practice of English
Boston College
Participates in 2 items
  Christopher Boucher’s primary interests reside at the intersection of experimental fiction and digital technologies. He holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and he’s the author of two novels, How to Keep Your Volkswagen Alive and Golden Delicious, both out from Melville House. He’s also the editor of Jonathan Lethem’s nonfiction collection More Alive and Less Lonely — also published by Melville House — and the managing editor of Post Road Magazine. Christopher is an Associate Professor of the Practice of English at Boston College, where he teaches courses in writing, literature, and digital humanities. More information about his work can be found at christopherboucher.net and automaticwritingmachine.com  

Sessions in which Christopher Boucher participates

Tuesday August 14, 2018

7:30 PM
7:30 PM
Alice Van der klei
Moderator
UQAM
Stuart Moulthrop
Moderator
U. Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Artist
Laura Hyunjhee Kim
SEICA Human Interaction Labs / University of Colorado Boulder
Founding Director / PhD Student
Alex Saum Pascual
UC Berkeley
Assistant Professor
Christopher Boucher
Boston College
Associate Professor of the Practice of English
Allison Parrish
New York University
Teacher
Zach Whalen
University of Mary Washington
Associate Professor