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    "What is a work of art if not the gaze of another person? Not directed above us, nor beneath us, but at the same height as our own gaze. Art cannot be experienced collectively; nothing can; art is something you are alone with. You meet its gaze alone."
    -Karl Ove Knausgaard, My Struggle: Book 2
    "We tell ourselves stories in order to live."
    -Joan Didion, The White Album

    Mr. Norment

    Some information about me:
    Contact Information
    Phone: 893-6545
    Best times to reach me: 12:50-1:20
    (Email is the best way to contact me.)
    Planning Periods: E, F, and G
    Division / Subject
     Upper School English
    Current Courses
    • AP English Language and Composition
    • Southern Literature
    • Modern and Postmodern Drama
    • Debate
    • Speech
     Past Courses
    • English I 
    • English I (Honors)
    • British Literature (Honors)
    • Mystery and Detective Fiction
    • Creative Writing
    • Directed Independent Study (DIS): Creative Writing
    • DIS: Contemporary Literature
    • DIS: Song Lyrics and Poetry
    • DIS: Fairy Tales as Literature
    • DIS: English (Literature and Philosophy)
     Other Duties
    • English Department Chair
    • College Advisor
    • Freshman Class co-sponsor
    Teaching Experience
    • Maclay School since 2006
    • Carroll College (2006)
      • English 170: Writing Seminar
    • University of Wisconsin - Parkside (2005)
      • ACSK 090: Composition Preparation
    • Texas State University (2003-2005)
      • English 1310/20: Freshman Composition
      • Young Writers Camp Instructor
    • Texas State University, MFA in Creative Writing (Fiction)
    • College of Charleston, BA in English