R. T. Smith

R. T. Smith is writer-in-residence at Washington and Lee University, where he edits Shenandoah. The latest of his many books are Outlaw Style: Poems (University of Arkansas Press, 2007) and a collection of stories, The Calaboose Epistles (Iris Press, 2009). His work has been reprinted in such notable anthologies as Best American Poetry, Best American Short Stories, and the Pushcart Prize.

Georgia Review Archive for R. T. Smith

Desert Storm & Bear Man Martin Spills the Beans

on Wampanoag Traveler: Being, in Letters, the Life and Times of Loranzo Newcomb, American and Natural Historian by Brendan Galvin

on The Language They Speak is Things to Eat: Poems by Fifteen Contemporary North Carolina Poets, edited by Michael McFee

Gypsy Fiddle; Horton’s Store; & Summertime

Special Collections: Girl with Canebrake Rattlesnake