Casey Clabough

Author's Bio

Casey Clabough’s books include three works of creative nonfiction, a novel, a collection of women’s Civil War writing, a biography of southern writer George Garrett, six scholarly books on southern and Appalachian writers, and Penguin's latest =Idiot’s Guide: Creative Writing=. Clabough serves as editor of the literature section of the =Encyclopedia Virginia= and series editor of the multi-volume =Best Creative Nonfiction of the South=. He teaches in the Etowah Valley Writers MFA at Reinhardt University.

Publications and Prizes

Best Creative Nonfiction of the South, Volume I: Virginia
(Texas Review Press, 2016)
, Confederado
(Ingalls Publishing Group, 2012)
, Inhabiting Contemporary Southern & Appalachian Literature
(University Press of Florida, 2012)
, SCHOOLED: Life Lessons of a College Professor
(Bloomsbury U.K., 2013)
, The End of the Mountains
(A Little Press, 2016)
, The Warrior's Path: Reflection Along an Ancient Route
(University of Tennessee Press, 2007)
, The Whale's Song
(Finishing Line Press, 2018)
African American Review, Appalachian Heritage, Atlantic Monthly, Blackbird, Callaloo, Chattahoochee Review, Creative Nonfiction, Danse Macabre, Harper's, Hollins Critic, ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment , James Dickey Review, Journal of Appalachian Studies, Magazine Americana , Mosaic, Nantahala Review, Rhizomes, Sewanee Review, Shenandoah, South Carolina Review, Southern Quarterly, Texas Review, The Oxford American, Virginia Quarterly Review, Yale Review

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Last updated: Dec 10, 2017