Office: Corbin 339
Phone: (406) 243-5560
Robert Stubblefield teaches Creative Writing (fiction) and Composition. Robert is the faculty advisor for The Oval, the undergraduate literary magazine here at the University of Montana.
ENCR 110: Montana Writers Live!
ENCR 210: Introduction to Creative Writing, Fiction
ENCR 395: The Craft of Revision
WRIT 201: College Writing II, Honors
WRIT 101: College Writing I
M.F.A., University of Montana, 1994
B.A, Eastern Oregon University, 1992
Summer 2009--Short Fiction Workshop, Fishtrap Writers Gathering, Wallowa Lake, Oregon
Summer 2005—Co-Director of Summer Creative Writing Institute, Montana Writing Project
Summer 2004 and 2005--Master Teacher, Whittenberger Writing Project, Albertson College of Idaho
Spring 2000--Visiting Writer, Willamette University
Spring 1997--Visiting Writer, Clackamas Community College
Spring 1995--Visiting Writer, Clackamas Community College
“Self Service”—Short story, The Bear Deluxe, November 2007
“Rank Strangers”—Short story, High Desert Journal, Fall 2006
“Preserves”—Short story, High Desert Journal, Spring 2005, and Best Stories of the American West, Vol. 1, 2007
“Northern Cross”--Short story, Open Spaces, Spring 2002
“Lateral Moves”--Short story, Clackamas Literary Review, 1997
“Hunting Rights”--Short story, Hayden’s Ferry Review, 1994
“Pragmatists”--Short story, Fishtrap Anthology, 1991, and Dreamers and Desperadoes: Contemporary Fiction of the American West, 1993
"Better Than You Found It"--Your National Forests, Spring 2009
“Everything Changes: An Interview with William Kittredge”—The High Desert Journal, Fall 2006
“The Measure of Water”—High Desert Journal, Fall 2005.
“The Country of Your Hands”--Oregon Humanities, 2000
“Life as a Watershed Leader”-- Cascadia Times, 1999, and Oregon Salmon at the Millennium, 2001
“Weight”--Essay, Left Bank, 1991
Worked as a Watershed Coordinator for the North Fork John Day Watershed Council from 1997-2002. The North Fork John Day Watershed Council is a private nonprofit 501c 3 corporation devoted to protecting the ecology of the North and Middle Forks of the John Day River, a watershed encompassing approximately 1.7 million acres in Grant, Morrow, Umatilla, Union and Wheeler Counties in Eastern Oregon.