Gregory Rapp

Adjunct Faculty
Department of Humanities & Communication
College of Arts & Sciences

Gregory Rapp was born in Grand Forks, North Dakota, the nation’s nuclear weapons capital, at the time, but he was raised in and around the San Juan Mountains of southern Colorado, where he learned about the stars and how to pan for gold. He began writing, cliché as it may sound, when he was in the first grade. Greg’s writing, both fiction and nonfiction, focuses on technology, politics, and cultural change, among other things. He has been featured in El Portal, Otherwise Engaged, and A Tome of Fables (2018). His nonfiction has been curated and featured on Medium and The Startup. His debut short story collection was published as Café at the End of the Internet, and he is currently the editor for Free Radicals, a quarterly speculative writing and gaming magazine.

  • M.F.A. - Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, Southern New Hampshire University
  • M.A. - Master of Arts in English, Eastern New Mexico University-Main Campus
  • B.S. - Bachelor of Science in Political Science, Eastern New Mexico University-Main Campus
  • B.A. - Bachelor of Arts in History: Greek, Eastern New Mexico University-Main Campus

NISOD Award for Teaching Excellence, 2018.