Linda Dusman’s compositions provide stimulating and thought-provoking listening experiences for audiences throughout the world. Her work has been awarded recently by the State of Maryland (in both the Music: Composition and the Visual Arts: Media categories). In February 2009 she was in residence at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts as a Mid-Atlantic Arts Fellow. Her compositions are published by Silent Editions and are recorded on the NEUMA, Capstone, and New Albany labels. As a frequent contributor to the literature on contemporary music and performance, Dr. Dusman’s articles have appeared in the journals Link, Perspectives of New Music, and Interface, as well as a number of anthologies. She was a founding editor of the journal Women and Music: A Journal of Gender and Culture, and is as an associate editor for Perspectives of New Music. Her bi-weekly blog appears on the New Music Box sponsored by the American Music Center. She served as Chair of the Music Department at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) from 2000-2008, and formerly held the Jeppson Chair in Music at Clark University in Massachusetts.