Associate Professor of English
Pauls Toutonghi is Associate Professor of English at Lewis & Clark College where he teaches fiction writing and English literature coursework. His fiction has appeared in Zoetrope: All-Story, One Story Magazine, The Boston Review, Glimmer Train, Book Magazine, Terminus, and other small periodicals. He received a Pushcart Prize for his short story, Regeneration, which appeared in The Boston Review in 2000, when Pauls was twenty-three.
His first novel, Red Weather, was published by Random House in 2006. His other writing has appeared in Sports Illustrated, The Crab Creek Review, and The Yemen Observer.
He received his MFA in poetry and his Ph.D. in English literature from Cornell University.
Leading Morocco Program Spring 2015
Ph.D. Cornell University 2006, M.F.A. Cornell University 2003, M.A. Cornell University 2002, B.A. Middlebury College 1999