My essay, When the Truth is Found, Mentioned in Best of List

Adrienne Ross Scanlan, editor of Blue Lyra Review, mentions my essay, When the Truth Is Found, as one of her favorites from the past two years.  Thanks Adrienne!

Blue Lyra Review

Blue Lyra Review’s final issue just launched with nonfiction from Rakefet Kopernik (“Saba“) and Joan Wilking (“I Asked the Bird“) alongside poetry, book reviews, fiction, translation, and visual art.

My spring newsletter featured  favorite essays from our 2012 – 2014 issues, and here’s a list of my 2015 – 2017 favorites: Sharon Goldberg, “Let Us (Not) Pray,” Grace Mattern, “Granite,” Rick Kempa, “Honing the Edge,” Susan Bloch, “The Mumbai Massacre,” Steven Wineman, “Tear-Water Tea,” Terry Barr, “When the Truth is Found,” Stacy Lawson, “It’s Just Sex,” Zach Marson, “They Knew the Land was Beautiful,” Bruce Black, “The End of Shloshim,” Margot Anne Kelley, “Living While Large,” Chauna Craig, “A Glittering of Hummingbirds, a Charm,”  Miriam Mandel Levi, “My Gaza War,” and Nancy L. Penrose, “Time Missing In the Grand Canyon.”

Published by

Terry Barr

I teach Creative Nonfiction, Food and Literature, Southern Film, and Modern Novel at Presbyterian College. I write narrative nonfiction essays and have been published widely in places such as Red Fez, Graze, Belle Reve Literary Journal, Remarkable Doorways, Quail Bell Magazine, Full Grown People, Rougarou, and Red Truck Review. I am married with two daughters, and listen avidly to independent rock, blues, and outlaw and traditional country music.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s