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John Oughton
John Oughton lives in Toronto and retired as Professor of Learning and Teaching at Centennial College in Toronto a few years ago. He taught English there, and then trained new full-time faculty for ten years. He is the author of five poetry collections, most recently Time Slip, the mystery novel Death by Triangulation, and over 500 articles, reviews and interviews. John's studies include an MA in English Literature, where his teachers included Irving Layton, Frank Davey, Eli Mandel and Miriam Waddington, and non-credit courses at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, where he worked with Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, William Burroughs and Robert Duncan. John is a long-time member of the Long Dash Poetry Group. He is also a photographer and guitar player.

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Books by John Oughton

Higher Teaching: A Handbook for New Post-secondary Faculty Time Slip