George Singleton has published nine collections of stories, two novels, and a book of writing advice. His short stories have appeared in the Atlantic Monthly, Harper’s, One Story, Story, the Georgia Review, Oxford American, and elsewhere. His non-fiction has appeared in Oxford American, Garden and Gun, Bark, Gravy, and elsewhere. He lives in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
I’m no savior—hell, I’ve been spelling it wrong my entire life—but sometimes I get a feeling about people who need extra help when it comes to subsisting, plus understanding the different paths they might consider.