Corinne received her BA in English from UNM in 2014. During her undergraduate study British Modernism sparked her interest, so she remained at UNM to continue her study. She now focuses on British Modernist women writers, the Modern novel, and portrayals of female characters by male Modernist writers. Her thesis is based on Virginia Woolf and the form of her stream of consciousness novels, particularly her overabundant use of parentheses. Corinne also teaches or has taught English 110, 120, and a topic based 220 focused on the myth of the American Dream. When she is not reading, grading, lesson planning, or writing, Corinne enjoys hiking and running with her 4 year old pup, Oreo.