Khristeena Lute is a writer and English professor residing in upstate New York, where she spends as much of her time outdoors as possible—running, hiking, and camping. She teaches English at SUNY Adirondack, where she also directs the Center for Reading and Writing.
She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Ohio University before she became a junior high literature teacher in Yuma, Arizona. During her time as a teacher, she completed a Master of Arts degree in Elementary Education from Northern Arizona University just as the Army shipped her family across the country to Fort Campbell, Kentucky. While there, she finished both a Master of Arts in English from Austin Peay State University and a Doctorate in English from Middle Tennessee State University, specializing in American women writers from the Civil War to present.
Her complete CV is available here: https://khristeenalute.files.wordpress.com/2021/04/khristeena-lute-cv-1.pdf
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