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Clay Anderson

Author and Professor

Author: The Palms by Adelaide Books

BA in History from Kennesaw State University
MA in History from Mississippi State University
MFA student in Creative Writing from Reinhardt University

Adjunct History Professor at Reinhardt University
Assistant Editor of the James Dickey Review

Adelaide Books
The Palms

Sixty-eight-year-old Ronnie Wells has recently been paroled for a murder he committed thirty-six years before. He lives in a run-down trailer park outside Pensacola, Florida, and busies himself by maintaining his trailer-it's the nicest in the park-and never being late for work.

The Bangalore Review
The Sow - The Bangalore Review

The old sow glared at Elrod with a sort of benign insolence. It was perhaps the ugliest thing the boy had ever seen. Its skin was patched with stringy hair and covered in sores.

Fourth World Journal
"el Nagual"

Clay Anderson, “el Nagual” by Anonimo, Fourth World Journal volume 2, issue 1 (Winter 2019) 30-38

Journal of Big Bend Studies, Volume 25

A prehistoric human burial was discovered in a deep rock crevice in northwestern Brewster County, Texas, and subsequently dug by relic hunters in 1968. The crevice assemblage, while mixed internally, was kept intact and uncontaminated, and was loaned for study to the Center for Big Bend Studies, Sul Ross State University, in 2005.

Book Publication Contract with Adelaide Books
The Palms
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