In recent years, I have been an instructor, adjunct professor, journalist, and writing consultant. In terms of media experience, I have worked at four radio stations (KAYE, KSPY, KWBY, and KGFY), a small TV station (KWEM), a campus newspaper (Daily O’Collegian) with a circulation of 10,000 copies, and the state office of Oklahoma Film and Music within the Oklahoma Department of Tourism. Between these positions, I have written news stories, editorials, press releases, and features; not to mention band bios and movie summaries. I have also done freelance writing for Oklahoma publications, namely the Oklahoma Gazette, Red Dirt Report and OKC.Net. Furthermore, I am the former film and music editor of Arcadia, a literary journal started by myself and several other graduate students at the University of Central Oklahoma. I have also worked as a stage and tour manager for the indie band Other Lives, and I have an upcoming poem in the Nov/Dec issue of Art Focus and I have published a poem in Rattle, the tenth largest literary magazine in the country (http://www.rattle.com/poetry/make-a-wish-foundation-by-adam-michael-wright/). When I toured with Other Lives, my responsibilities included coordinating with record labels, music management, business management, music venues, promoters, booking agents, book hotels, and I had to organize the band’s daily itinerary, band appearances/interviews, and meetings. In fact, the band named their critically acclaimed album and title track, Tamer Animals, after my unpublished poetry chapbook (http://www.antimusic.com/news/11/may/10Singled_Out-_Other_Lives_Tamer_Animals.shtml).