School of Arts and Letters
Kathleen Duerr Snow
A free-lance writer and photographer, Kathleen has worked in the business community and has done extensive volunteer work for non-profit organizations. She has also tutored extensively, all ages, in both academic and business contexts. With a B.A. in English from Stetson University and an M.A. in Professional Writing at Kennesaw State, her background is in business communication and creative writing. A playwright, Kathleen’s stage works include a series of ten-minute plays, Prominence Falls: Life in the Subdivision, and a full-length novel adaptation which has had two sold-out runs. Her current project is a screenplay, Road Rovers, a full-length farce comedy, terribly loosely based on Aphra Behn’s The Rover. More than all of these other interests, she loves teaching young adults. She and her husband, Ben, have seven children—which explains her penchant for farce.