No one will explain the charge to you, but you are sure it is unjust.
I teach writing and yoga, not usually at the same time, at the University of New Mexico in Taos. My creative work, unfunny in the majority, but sometimes wry, has been published in magazines and literary journals including The Sun, Michigan Quarterly Review, Whiskeytit, Raleigh Review, Superstition Review, Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet, apt, and Quarterly West. I’m also a regular contributor to Yoga International, which has published over 100 of my articles, and the ebook I co-authored, Yoga for Common Conditions, a book that is sometimes accidentally funny by means of its hyperserious discussion of things like "bunions." Once I got a nice rejection from the New Yorker.