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Author Archives: Gary Guinn
I read my non-fiction piece “Last Run–RPO” on the NPR radio program Tales From the South during the Fayetteville Roots FestivaL on Sunday, August 31. The audience was large and appreciative, and Paula Morrell was a great radio host. The … Continue reading
The story “Oh, Memory” will appear in the 2014 issue of Elder Mountain: a Journal of Ozark Studies.
My profile is currently published on the Bibliotekos publisher’s website–Editions Bibliotekos. The people at Bibliotekos–Gregory Tague and Fredericka Jacks–have been great to work with. The profile is a literary biography, the writing of which caused me to reflect deeply about … Continue reading
The story “Being a Doaks and All” will appear in Yonder Mountain: an Ozarks Anthology, from the University of Arkansas Press in the spring of 2013.
The story “The Scar,” previously published by Carve Magazine, appeared in the anthology Puzzles of Faith and Patterns of Doubt, from Editions Bibliotekos in the spring of 2013.
My story “The Street Sweeper” was published in the summer 2010 issue of Elder Mountain: a Journal of Ozark Studies.
Two poems, “What We Touch” and “Sinners in the Hands,” were publised in the 2009 issue of Elder Mountain: a Journal of Ozark Studies.
Another story, “Trouble Down the Line,” was published in an edition of Southern Experiences to Be Read Aloud, from TBRA Publisheres in spring 2008.
My story “Being There For Her” appears in the recently published anthology Southern Experiences To Be Read Aloud, from TBRA. The anthology is published as a resource to oral interpretation coaches and their classes. The book can be ordered through … Continue reading