Historical Essays, Articles,
Non-fiction & Fiction
is a former two-term president of the Atlanta Writers Club and current Officer Emeritus and Director of the AWC Townsend Prize for Fiction. A regular contributor to Georgia Backroads magazine, he has also been published in The Writer magazine, The Chattahoochee Review, The Blue Mountain Review, Mash Stories, and others. He has appeared on Georgia Public Broadcasting and National Public Radio, and has been honored for his work by The Writer, the Georgia Writers Museum, and the Atlanta Writers Club. He lives in Decatur, Georgia, with his wife and cat, Saint Simon.
Clayton H. Ramsey
Clayton H. Ramsey is a regular contributor to Georgia Backroads Magazine. Published quarterly, Georgia Backroads explores the history, genealogy, nature, and travel destinations that make the state of Georgia unique.