Associate Professor of the Practice
Thomas Kaplan-Maxfield (TKM) specializes in Love, teaching the only classes at BCdedicated to this most basic of human phenomena (as both a Litcore and a Capstoneseminar). He is a novelist and teaches nonfiction writing classes at the Freshman andSenior levels (FWS and Creative Nonfiction). TKM teaches Science Fiction andDetective Fiction, including Gothic Fiction.
TKM has taught in both the Cornerstone and Capstone programs for at least ten years,for Cornerstone the Freshman Topic Seminar “Indoctrination in Film” and for Capstone“Love and Indoctrination”.
As a fiction writer he has published a series of novels set on the BC campus called“Adventures on the Heights”, including “Grail Mysterium”, “Satanis Mysterium” and theupcoming “Tempus Mysterium”. Other novels include “Memoirs of a Shape-shifter”(2006) and “Hide and Seek” (2009).
His office is located geographically at the antipodes of the English Department office.
Satanis Mysterium, Ad adventure on the Heights, Fall 2016, Kepler Press.
Grail Mysterium (An Adventure on the Heights), Kepler Press,
Hide and Seek: A Murder Mystery, (Kindle Edition), February 2011.
Memoirs of a Shape-Shifter, Kepler Press, October 2005.