Steven Harvey is the author of The Book of Knowledge and Wonder, a memoir about coming to terms with the suicide of his mother published by Ovenbird Books as part of the “Judith Kitchen Select” series. A section of the memoir appeared in The Best American Essays 2013 selected by Cheryl Strayed. He is also the author of three books of personal essays, A Geometry of Lilies, Lost in Translation, and Bound for Shady Grove, and edited an anthology of essays written by men on middle age called In a Dark Wood. He is a professor emeritus of English and creative writing at Young Harris College, a member of the nonfiction faculty in the Ashland University MFA program in creative writing, a senior editor for River Teeth magazine, and the creator of The Humble Essayist, a website designed to promote literary nonfiction. He lives in the north Georgia mountains.
You can learn more about Steve and his work at his web site: www.steven-harvey-author.com .
Seminars and Readings by Steven Harvey
- Disjunctive Effects in Poetry and Creative Nonfiction: Pros and Cons, a Craft Seminar by Steven Harve and Steven Haven (Wednesday, July 22, 2015)
- Faculty Reading by Steven Harvey (Tuesday, July 21, 2015)
- Sentences and Sequences: Crafting Prose by Touch and Sound, A Craft Seminar by Steven Harvey and Robert Root (July 23, 2014)
- Reading by Steven Harvey (Friday, July 25, 2014)
- Reading by Steven Harvey (Tuesday, July 30, 2013)
- Reading by Steven Harvey (Monday, July 30, 2012)
- Enriching the Text: A Craft Seminar by Steven Harvey and Kathryn Winograd (Sunday, July 29, 2012)
- Reading by Steven Harvey (Sunday, July 24, 2011)
- Reading by Steven Harvey (Thursday, August 5, 2010)