Sort of Still Original in Unoriginal Times

In Sort of Still Original in Unoriginal Times, Michael Loyd Gray's memories are shared from adventures and instances of mayhem throughout several decades. With sharp wit, unforgiving opinions, direct rhetoric, and sarcastic politics, Sort of Still Original in Unoriginal Times is an enjoyable read. More

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Published by Austin Macauley
Words: 41,300
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370921423
About Michael Loyd Gray

Michael Loyd Gray is the author of the novel The Canary, a Pushcart Prize nominee (2013) revealing Amelia Earhart's final days. His novel Exile on Kalamazoo Street was released in 2015 by Coffeetown Press. He is also the author of the novel Not Famous Anymore, 2011, which was awarded a grant by the Elizabeth George Foundation, and the novels, Well Deserved (2008 Sol Books Prose Series Prize) and King Biscuit (Tempest, 2012). Gray won the 2005 Alligator Juniper Fiction Prize and the 2005 The Writers Place Award for Fiction. He earned a MFA from Western Michigan University, a bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois, and has taught at colleges and universities in Illinois, Texas, and New York. For nearly ten years he was a staff writer for newspapers in Arizona and Illinois. Big orange cats, the Chicago Bears, and the Rolling Stones are among the constants in his life.


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