Jon Tuttle is Director of FMU’s Honors Program, a Board of Trustee’s Research Scholar, and a specialist in Modern and American Drama, Playwriting and the literature of the Vietnam War. His own plays, which include The Hammerstone, Drift, Holy Ghost, The Sweet Abyss, The Palace of the Moorish Kings, and Boy About Ten, have been produced at Trustus Theatre (where he is Playwright-in-Residence) and at theaters across the country. His plays also have been published individually and in the collections The Trustus Plays and Two South Carolina Plays. He and his wife Cheryl, who is FMU’s Director of Student Housing, live in Florence and have three children and two grandchildren.
PhD, University of New Mexico, 1989
MA, University of New Mexico, 1984
BS, University of Utah, 1982