Michael Potts is the author of UNPARDONABLE SIN, a theological horror novel with a Lovecraftean twist, published by WordCrafts Press in 2014. WordCrafts Press also published END OF SUMMER, a Southern Fiction novel about a boy struggling with loss and faith, in 2011. Potts's poetry chapbook, FROM FIELD TO THICKET, won the 2006 Mary Belle Campbell Poetry Book Award of the North Carolina Writers' Network. His creative nonfiction essay, "Haunted," won the 2006 Rose Post Creative Nonfiction Award, also from the NC Writers' Network. His poems have been published in a number of literary journals. He is a 2007 graduate of MTSU's The Writer's Loft and a 2007 graduate of the Odyssey Writing Workshop. A native of Smyrna, Tennessee, he currently serves as Professor of Philosophy, Methodist University, Fayetteville, North Carolina. He has married and has three cats: Frodo, Pippin, and Rosie.
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Hiding from the Reaper and Other Horror Poems
"Michael Potts brings a refreshing voice to the world of contemporary poetry; hope, sorrow, joy, grief, and fear reside within his colllection, Hiding From the Reaper and Other Horror Poems. It was a true pleasure to read. Michael Potts is a poet to watch."
-Michael Randolph, author of the bestselling poetry collection, Missives in Red and owner of Eldritch Press.
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