Louis E Catron

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Louis E. Catron

Louis Catron

Louis E. Catron, author of The Last Stand of the Apache and the Valedictorian: An Anthology of Eleven Short Stories and One Novella (reviews are on Amazon.com), has written plays that have been published and produced, one several thousand times in every state in the U.S. and often in Canada.

He is author of such books as The Power of One; Playwriting: Writing Producing and Selling Your Play; The Director's Vision; Theatre Sources Dot Com; The Elements of Playwriting  and others. His articles have appeared in Writer's Digest, The Writer, Dramatics, Sail, and others, and he has short stories on e-zines such as Amazon Shorts, Nth Degree, and Southern Hum. He is the Grand Prize Winner in the Eric Hoffer Award, "selected from thousands," according to the editors, and his story is published in Best New Writing 2010 (there's an impressive review of his story on Amazon.com). He has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and was a finalist in the Faulkner-Wisdom Competition with a full length manuscript.

Currently he is seeking an agent to represent his novel.

As one no doubt can guess from that list of publications, his career is a college theatre professor (College of William and Mary in Virginia).  With all of that theatre experience, why does he write fiction?  Simply because when he was a kid he dreamt of writing short stories and novels, but theatre's siren songs lured him into a different direction.  He now has returned to that childhood dream with a deep sense of returning home. Here he shall stay.

 

 

The Last Stand of the Apache and the Valedictorian An Anthology of Eleven Short Stories and One Novella.

Author Louis E. Catron takes the reader on journeys of friendship and love, along with trips to the battlefields of Vietnam and Iraq, an exploration of American Southern heritage, a tribute to grand old ladies of the theatre, an exploration of what can happen to an idealist, and even a Sherlock Holmes mystery told in Conan Doyle’s style.  The stories range from short-short to novella, and from magic realism to gritty truths, giving readers the impression the anthology is by a number of different authors instead of by one.  There are a number of very positive reviews of this anthology at its site on Amazon.com.

 

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