Eve La Salle Caram, MA

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Title: Language Educator
Company: California State University
Location: Los Angeles, California, United States

Eve La Salle Caram, Language Educator at California State University, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in writing.

Even from an early age, Ms. Caram knew she was destined to be a writer. She followed this passion in her academic pursuits, earning a Bachelor of Arts from Bard College in 1956, and later a Master of Arts from the University of Missouri in 1977. These degrees helped set the foundations of her career as an educator. Early on in her career, Ms. Caram taught as an English instructor at Stephens College, and then joined the University of California, Los Aneles in 1982 as a fiction-writing graduate instructor. In 1983, she took on her two present roles, serving as a senior fiction writing instructor for The Writer’s Program at UCLA and as English literature and writing instructor for California State University, Northridge. Furthermore, she has served as a judge, panelist, and speaker for numerous writing competitions and conferences.

Ms. Caram is a published author and published her first work when she was just 14 years old. Her work includes being the co-author of “Please San Antonio & Melisande in Paris” (2018), the author of “Dear Corpus Christi, Second Edition” (2001);  the author of “The Blue Geography” (2005); the author of “Rena, A Late Journey” (2000); as the editor of “Palm Readings, Stories from Southern California” (1998); as the author of “Wintershine” (1994); as the author of “Dear Corpus Christi” (1991); and as the fiction editor of “West/Word” (1991). For her work, Ms. Caram has received the Outstanding Instructor in Creative Writing Award in the Extension Writers’ Program at UCLA in 2006. She has also received the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.  Throughout her career, she has maintained professional affiliation with the AAUP, the California Faculty Association, the NCTE, Poets & Writers, West Center, PEN America, and Greenpeace.

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