Louie Crew Clay

377 S. Harrison Street, 12-D, East Orange, NJ 07018, 862-520-7499


Composition. Writing & Computers. Theology. Gay Studies.


Also earlier at The Experiment in International Living, The University of Alabama, St. Andrew's School, Middletown Delaware, Penge Secondary Modern School (London), The Darlington School, Georgia; & Auburn University.


Editor: Special issues on lesbigay writing for College English (1974) and Margins (1974). Review editor of Computers and Composition, 1988-90; member of editorial boards of Progressive Composition, 1988-1990; Empathy 90--; Journal of Homosexuality 1978-1983, 1989--; Notes on Teaching English 1974-79; SEAnet, 1987; Voice of Integrity, 1974-77, 1990--. Board of Directors of the Episcopal Church Publishing Company, publishers of The Witness, from 1999--

Author of over 2,146 items in Asia Week, Change Magazine, Choice, Chronicle of Higher Education, Humanist, Independent School, New York Culture Review, Saturday Review, Small Press Review, Southern Humanities Review, Victorian Newsletter, etc. Samples:

Programmer: Writers software Basic English, Cantonese, Invent, My_Agent, Poetease & Styled.



Honor societies: Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Tau Dela, Alpha Psi Omega

Listed: Contemporary Authors; Directory of American Poets; International Who's Who in Poetry; Who's Who in America; Who's Who in the World and The Writer's Directory.

Winner of the Bishop's Cross, Diocese of Newark, 2000


D.H.L., Church Divinity School of the Pacific, 2004; D.D., General Theological Seminary, 2003; D.D., Episcopal Divinity School, 1999; Ph.D., Alabama, 1971; M.A., Auburn, 1959; B.A. Baylor (a.k.a. "Judge Baylor's Finishing School and Bible College"), 1958; McCallie, diploma 1954