|PhD||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill|
|MA||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill|
Professor McKible, who received his MA and PhD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, teaches American and African American literature. His most recent publication is Little Magazines and Modernism: New Approaches (Ashgate, 2007) , which he collected and co-edited with Suzanne Churchill, Davidson College, NC. In 2004, Harper Collins published Edward Christopher Williams’s, When Washington Was in Vogue, a previously lost novel of the Harlem Renaissance discovered and introduced by Professor McKible. He is also the author of The Space and Place of Modernism: The Russian Revolution, Little Magazines, and New York (Routledge, 2002). His essays on little magazines and on African American literature appear in The Black Press (Rutgers, 2001), African American Review, Contemporary Literature Criticism, The Dictionary of Literary Biography, American Periodicals, and various encyclopedias.