Eli Cranor

Eli Cranor played quarterback at Ouachita Baptist University while majoring in English Literature. By twenty-six, he was the head football coach of a small high school near the foothills of the Ozark Mountains. These days, he’s traded in the pigskin for a laptop, writing from Arkansas, where he lives with his wife and daughter. Eli writes a weekly column for The Courier and The Good Men Project. He was awarded the Robert Watson Literary Prize by Greensboro Review and was honored by The Missouri Review for their 2018 Miller Audio Prize. Eli is represented by Glass Literary Management and is currently at work on a novel.