Write Thing Reading Series: TED PELTON
TED PELTON is the author of over 40 published stories and four books, including a novel, Malcolm & Jack, and two novellas, Bhang and Bartleby, the Sportscaster. His most recent work is a collection of tales about a woodchuck. He has received a National Endowment for the Arts grant in Fiction, among other awards, and is the Founder of Starcherone Books, an independent literary publishing house. Chair of the English department at Tennessee Tech University, he lives in central Tennessee with his wife Susan and daughters Sophie and Grace.
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