Author Spotlight: Just Some Good Ole Boys and Girls

Grab a cool one and warm up by the fire, these three authors bring the rich history of storytelling to the printed page.They’ll mesmerize you with their tales of love and loss like only a true southerner can.

Charles J. Beacham

Charles J. Beacham
Charles Beacham’s vehicles include short stories, essays, and an upcoming novel–tentatively entitled Sensitive Triggers–a tale of the South’s dark underbelly and a man’s descent into schizophrenia. Charles holds undergraduate and graduate degrees unrelated to literature, and applies this knowledge to his writing where applicable. Charles currently writes from the foothills of North Georgia, where he resides with his lady, son, two dogs, and multiple shadows.

A.G. Carpenter

A.G. Carpenter
A.G. Carpenter lives in the southern United States where she spends her days herding cats and a lively four year old. By night she writes fiction of (and for) all sorts. Her micro fiction has been published at One Forty Fiction, Cuento Magazine and Trapeze Magazine. Her longer works have been published or are forthcoming at Daily Science Fiction, Goldfish Grimm’s Spicy Fiction Sushi, Stupefying Stories Showcase, Abyss & Apex, and The Beast Within 4: Gears and Growls. She is querying a steampunk novel about magic, machinery and murder.

Miranda Stone

Miranda Stone
Miranda Stone began writing fiction as a child. She figured she was onto something when a relative asked why all her stories were so sad. Employing a minimalist writing style, her work is strongly influenced by the setting and culture of the Appalachian Mountains. Her short story “No One Is Invisible” was featured in the fourth issue of the literary journal Parable Press. Her other interests include genealogy, astronomy, and spending time in the mountains. She lives in Virginia.