Clinton Crockett Peters

Clinton Crockett Peters is an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at Berry College, the largest college campus in the world. He is the author of Pandora’s Garden (2018), a finalist for the ASLE Book Award, and Mountain Madness (2021), both from the University of Georgia Press. His writing appears in Best American Essays 2020, Orion, The Southern Review, Hotel Amerika, Oxford American, Fourth Genre, Catapult, Electric Literature, and elsewhere. He has won awards from The Iowa Review, Shenandoah, North American Review, Crab Orchard Review, Columbia Journal, and the Society for Professional Journalists. In previous lives, he was an English teacher in Kosuge Village, Japan (population 900), an outdoor wilderness guide, and a radio DJ.