Joe Seale is a writer and teacher from rural Alabama and currently serves as the Assistant to the Director of the Writing Intensive Program at the University of Georgia. He received his MA from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville in 2014 and his BA from the University of West Alabama in 2011. An author primarily of short stories, Joe is now working on his first novel, and his primary research areas are Southern and African American literature, with a focus on gender and race studies. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Grist, The Spark, Dead Mule, The Southern Tablet, Red Fez, The Emerson Review, Eunoia, and others.
MA - The University of Tennessee
BA - The University of West Alabama