Hatch, Scott
Lecturer - English/Literature
Last Updated: 7/30/14 -
Scott joined the UVSC Department of English & Literature in 2004. His academic and teaching emphases are techical communication and creative writing. He has an extensive corporate background in software documentation, technical marketing communication, periodicals publishing, and trades press publishing.

•  introduction to creative writing (218R--BYU)
•  research writing for sciences and technologies (2020)
•  introductory technical communication (2310)
•  introduction to the English Major (2790)
•  technical communication tools for print media (3310)
•  grant and proposal writing (3320)
•  technical communication tools for virtual media (3340)
•  intermediate poetry writing (3440)
•  advanced technical communication (4310)
•  reading and writing about nature (486R, also as IS 3000)
•  senior graduate seminar: writing for English studies (4890)

•  Chair of technical writing committee
•  English & Literature Department internship coordinator
•  Capitol Reef Field Station Associate Director
•  Environmental Studies curricululm development and enrollment committee

•  Mapping the Bones of the World, book-length poetry collection,
   Signature Books  2007

•  “Northern Cross” Western Humanities Review  2006
•  “Taxononomy of Spirits” Western Humanities Review  2006
•  “The Fine and Dying Art of Shaping Light into Words” Western Humanities

•  “Los Pajaros Errantes” —translation of Pedro Prado, Chariton Review 

•  “Going Down to Ocean” Prairie Schooner  2002
•  “Cutting the Last Hay” BYU Studies (Winner, Eisteddfod Crown)  1996
•  “In Passing to Her Fathers” Dialogue (Monk Poetry prize) 1993
•  “Standing on the Edge of the Known World” Inscape  1990

•  Western Humanities Review poetry prize; judge: National Poet Laureate
   Billy Collins (2005).

•  Presented paper “Writing Lizzy” analyzing state of LDS literary publishing
   at AML Annual Conference (2005).

•  Utah Arts Council poetry short collection first place (2002).
•  Utah Arts Council book-length poetry collection second place (2000 and 2002).
•  Eisteddfod chair 2000
•  Eisteddfod crown 1996
•  Margaret Rampton Monk poetry prize 1993
•  Mayhew Hinckley poetry prize 1992

•  Ph.D., Instructional Psychology and Technology, non-admitted status
   Brigham Young University.

•  M.A., English, Brigham Young University,  95.
   Emphasis: hypermedia design, creative writing.
•  B.A., English, Brigham Young University 88.
   Spanish minor—fluent; emphasis: technical and creative writing, secondary

•  Post-graduate education
   - Breadloaf Writers’ Conference, Aug 01.
   - Writers@Work Conference, Westminister College, Jun 00, Jun 05.
   - Seminar: Communicating Technical Information, MIT, Jun  92.
   - Technical Writers Institute, Rensselaer Polytechnic, Jun  89.
   - Society of Technical Communication national and regional