Michael Gills
  • Distinguished Honors Professor, Professor/Lecturer, Honors College
  • Professor (Lecturer), Honors College

Languages

  • French, Basic.

Geographical Regions of Interest

  • United States
    The south--Southern Lit.

Publications

  • Michael Gillls (date unknown). Writing History/Books White Indians: Part One of Two. A "visionary memoir," Fall 2013, RAW DOG SCREAMING PRESS. Part Two due out in Fall 2015. Essays appearing in Oxford American, Night Train, Fried Chicken and Coffee, International Workers of the World Book Page, and elsewhere. The Death of Bonnie & Clyde: Stories. 2012, TEXAS REVIEW PRESS. Stories appearing in The Southern Humanities Rev.... Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Nonfiction “Ode to a Rescue.” Oxford American: Best of the South Issue. May 2010. “The Cult of George Singleton.” Southeast Review. November 2009. “Ode to Cape Lookout.” Oxford American. May 2009. Nominated nonfiction, Pushcart Prize. “White Indians.” Salt Flats Annual (Issue Two, Spring 2007): 84-85. Nominated nonfiction, Pushcart Prize. “Tomb Angels.” Santa Clara Review (Volume 88:2. Spring/Summer 2002): 177-187. “Arkansas, Arkansas.” A... Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Short Fiction “What The Newly Dead Don’t Know But Learn,” Night Train (forthcoming). “Welcome To The Authentic Trail Of Tears,” The Texas Review (forthcoming). "Leviathan: Monster of the Deep,” Fried Chicken and Coffee (www.friedchickenandcoffee.com, Summer 2010). “The Death of Bonnie & Clyde,” The Southern Humanities Review (Volume 44: Number 2, Spring 2010): 205-214. “Earth’s Last Night.” Wasatch Journal (Early Winter, 2008): 100-106. Nominated Story, P... Accepted, .