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Daryl Yearwood is a reluctant poet and obsessive author. He holds a B.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and his short stories, “A Few Good Men” and “Lampshade,” appear in the Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 issues of the Phoenix alongside his poems “Harper’s Five and Dime, “When Crickets Play Oboes, and “Things I Can’t Say.” His poem, “Edo,” ran in the Spring 2011 issue of The Volunteer Review, and the poem, “a raindrop,” is published in the Fall 2011 edition of The Medulla Review. Daryl served as guest poetry editor for the December issue of Stirring, and his self-published fantasy novel, The One Rider, is available through Amazon and Smashwords.

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6 Comments
  1. Your site is amazing. Lots of interesting, informative articles. You basically had me at “Heinlein” and “Ellison.” Do you have contact info for emails? Let me know. Thanks!

  2. Bill Edwards permalink

    I love yout story and I am not much of a reader, I have read a total of 10 books over 30 years but yours, I could not put it down I cant wait for book 2

    • Bill,

      Thanks for the kind words. I’m glad you enjoyed the story, and I’m working to get Book 2 online as quickly as I can.

      Thanks, again.

  3. angel bowers permalink

    Outstanding …love your book as well as your music looking foward to reading more

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