Jory Sherman began his literary career as a poet in San Francisco's famed North Beach in the late 1950s, during the heyday of the Beat Generation.
Widely published in literary journals, he has won numerous awards for his poetry and prose and was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in Letters for his novel, Grass Kingdom. He won a Spur Award from Western Writers of America for The Medicine Horn. He has also won a number of awards from the Missouri Writers Guild, and other organizations. His Chill series of mysteries, published by Pinnacle, appeared in fourteen countries. He has published more than 350 books since 1965, more than 1000 articles, and 500 short stories.
In 1995, Sherman was inducted into the National Writer's Hall of Fame.
This member has not published any books.