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Casey Clabough

Casey Clabough is the author of the memoir Schooled: Life Lessons of a College Professor (forthcoming), the novel Confederado, the travel memoir The Warrior’s Path: Reflections Along an Ancient Route, a biography of George Garrett, and five scholarly books on Southern and Appalachian writers, including Inhabiting Contemporary Southern and Appalachian Literature: Region and Place in the Twenty-First 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. His work has appeared in more than seventy anthologies and magazines, including Creative Nonfiction, the Sewanee Review, and the Virginia Quarterly Review. Clabough’s awards include the Bangladesh International Literary Award, an Artists Grant from the Brazilian Government, and several U.S.-based fellowships. His forthcoming books include an anthology of Civil War writing by Virginia women titled Women of War and a creative writing textbook.

Ten Things I Can’t Do Without
  1. Oxygen
  2. Acceptable gravitational field (slightly heavier than earth is preferred)
  3. Acceptable temperature (I like it very cold by human standards)
  4. Food
  5. Shelter
  6. Water

*That about does it; can’t think of anything else.

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