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Creative Nonfiction Writer, Fiction Writer, Poet
I have have published 20 books of poetry, fiction, criticism, memoir, and essay, eight chapbooks, and translations of two classical dramas. My poetry chapbook VECTORS: J. ROBERT OPPENHEIMER: THE YEARS BEFORE THE BOMB is forthcoming December 2012, and L.S.U. Press will publish my new full-length collection of poems, THE LIFE AND DEATH OF POETRY, in spring 2013. I have several other books--fiction, poetry, and nonfiction--in progress.
Creative Nonfiction Writer
Casey Clabough is the author of the novel _Confederado_, the travel memoir _The Warrior's Path: Reflections Along an Ancient Route_, and five scholarly books on southern and Appalachian writers, including _Inhabiting Contemporary Southern & Appalachian Literature: Region & Place in the 21st Century_. Clabough serves as editor of the literature section of the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities' _Encyclopedia Virginia_ and as general editor of the literary journal _James Dickey Review_, which Pat Conroy has praised for becoming “a unique southern literary institution under Clabough's expert guidance." Clabough’s work has appeared in over seventy anthologies and magazines, including _Creative Nonfiction_, the _Sewanee Review_ and _the Virginia Quarterly Review_. His awards include several U.S.-based fellowships, an artists’ fellowship from the Brazilian Government. and the Bangladesh International Literary Award,. He lives on a farm in Appomattox County, Virginia and teaches at Lynchburg College. His eighth book, a biography of legendary southern writer George Garrett, is available as of October 2013.
Seth is an Assistant Professor of English and the Director of the Academic Resource Center at Sweet Briar College. He received his MA in English from South Carolina and his PhD from the University of Wales. He has fiction, poetry, and scholarly publications and has given readings in the US and abroad. He signed with InkWell Literary Management to represent his first novel (_All Things Await_).
Falls Church, VA
Donna Lewis Cowan is the author of the poetry collection Between Gods, which will be published in March 2012 by Cherry Grove Collections/WordTech. Her work has appeared in publications such as DMQ Review, Notre Dame Review, Measure: A Review of Formal Poetry, The Worcester Review, Mannequin Envy, and Fickle Muses. She is also an experienced technical writer and computer programmer.