Guadalupe McCall

Guadalupe McCall, MFA

Assistant Professor of English


Office: Minthorn 305

Guadalupe Garcia McCall (MFA, University of Texas El Paso) has released four books since 2011 and has had her poetry published in a number of publications over the past 20 years. She has also hosted a number of writing workshops in recent years, focusing on middle grade and young adult readers (2018), poetry (2017), fiction writing (2016) and writing narrative poetry (2013).


Guadalupe arrived at George Fox in 2018 as an educator, author, speaker and poet. She taught previously in San Antonio, Texas, where she worked as an English teacher for the sixth through 10th grades in the Southwest Independent School District since 1991.

Published Work/Scholarship

Guadalupe was also the inaugural artist-in-residence at the Arnie Nixon Center at California State University in Fresno, California, in 2017. She has released four books since 2011 – Under the Mesquite (Lee and Low Books. 2011), Summer of the Mariposas (Tu Books, 2012), Shame the Stars (Tu Books, 2016) and All the Stars Denied (Tu Books, 2018). Her Summer of the Mariposas was translated into Spanish (El Verano de la Mariposas) in 2018.


Guadalupe holds a master of fine arts degree in creative writing from the University of Texas at El Paso (2017) and a bachelor’s degree in theatre arts from Sul Ross State University (1989).