Author Archives: 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.
The Fool on the Hill, my essay on those DC Years, published in Sick Lit!
Longshot Island Press published My New Story about Bessemer!
PW Review of DDB
The first edition of my book was reviewed on PW!
The Chah-Chah Plays Forever, my new story, now at Aji Magazine
Don’T Date Baptists Available Again!
On Kindle and in paperbound edition here at Amazon!
New story in Left Hooks Journal!
2nd Edition of Don’t Date Baptists Coming
Third Lung Press will offer a second edition of my book, Don’t Date Baptists, link below, and it is now available for pre-order for Kindle. The print edition will also be available soon for pre-order. Both go live in early May!
New essay on Midnight Cowboy/Defiant Ones/Dallas Buyer’s Club
New Essay in Cowboy Jamboree
My new essay, Some People Always Have to Lose, can be found below in the current issue of Cowboy Jamboree.