Lowell Howard is a third-generation underground coal miner, who worked for thirty years before retiring. In those thirty years, he worked in Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky. Some of the mines he worked in were less than a thousand feet, while others were six to eight miles underground.
He was raised by his grandparents, who were both born in the 1890s. He always felt that it was a blessing to not only be brought up by his grandparents, but also being around other people who had lived at that point in time, which for the most part had come to an end.
Even though the people he once knew and loved have long since passed away, like the times and places they lived in, he’s very grateful for the influence they had on his writings, whether they were his stories or poetry. He hopes the people who read them get a good laugh from them.
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