Jackson Culpepper grew up in a small south Georgia town, attended the University of South Carolina for an MFA, and has since lived in Denver, New Mexico, and east Tennessee. His work struggles with religion and violence, but in a more humane way than O’Connor, as well as place and history, but in a less ill-fated way than Faulkner. It’s funny sometimes too.
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