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Thom Brucie

Dr. Thom Brucie, Associate Professor of English, teaches creative writing, American Literature, and Folklore. He has a BA in English from Hobart College, Phi Beta Kappa. He received an MA in English and Creative Writing from the University of Louisiana, Lafayette, where he studied with Mr. Ernest Gaines. His PhD in Creative Writing was awarded by Binghamton University.

Other interests include:  family folk stories, story-telling, and mythology.  Dr. Brucie’s fiction and poetry have appeared in a variety of literary journals. His short story collection, Still Waters, was a 2006 Georgia Author Of The Year nominee. A poetry Chapbook, "Moments Around The Campfire With A Vietnam Vet," is published by Cervena Barva Press.   A novel, Weapons Of Cain, is available from MilSpeak Books.

Dr. Brucie acts as Faculty Sponsor of Sigma Tau Delta, the English Honor Society.  Dr. Brucie is also the founding editor for The Journal Of The Georgia Philological Association.

Dr. Brucie may be reached at (912) 583-3104 or via email at


Zeke Addison

Zeke Addison is Associate Professor of Art. He joined Brewton-Parker’s faculty in 1987. He studied at both Georgia Southern University and the University of Georgia. He holds the terminal degree in his field (MFA), and has done extensive further study in art history and criticism. He has studied art in Italy, and has traveled widely in Europe and the Americas. His interests include cinema history, gardening, and the diversity of southern pork bar-b-que.

Professor Addison can be reached at (912) 583-3106 or at



George Mosley


George Mosley is an instructor of English at Brewton-Parker. He has been teaching college English for nine years, and he also taught high school English, library science, and technology. He has a B.A. from Emory University, an M.A. from the University of Georgia, and the coursework of a Ph.D. at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His academic interests include 18th century British literature, rhetoric, medieval literature, and literary history.

Mr. Mosley can be reached at

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Updated on: May 4, 2013 1:19 PM