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Bryce Kammers is a recent graduate of the University of Idaho where he completed his Master's Degree in English, emphasis Twentieth-Century American Literature. His thesis, “Richard Brautigan: Parody of the American Mythos,” argued that author Richard Brautigan subverted the American Dream or Idyll by mocking narratives of optimism or success, framing the dream as purely mythic and unachievable. Bryce is also endorsed to teach English and Mathematics at the high school level in both Idaho and Washington. Outside of the classroom, Bryce remodels his home, tends to his garden, and occasionally finds time for trout fishing.