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Terry Wright

Terry Wright
Location
Cornelia, Georgia, USA
Birthday
December 31
Bio
I was born into a large immigrant family and my generation grew up in the American South. I got kicked out of high school and served a four-year enlistment in the U.S. Air Force during the coldwar. I got out and moved on to a PhD in engineering. Following a career in engineering research and teaching, I've written and published poems and short stories. Club Tripoli is my first published novel, and my latest book is a collection of short stories, Quiet Little Men and Other Stories.

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MARCH 19, 2014 12:11PM

Birdman

I was at a recent meeting of the Clarksville Writing Society and we did our usual sort of quick-challenge writing exercise. This time my idea came together, and I share it here with you, gentle readers. With a little clean-up and spell checking here's my silly old man (previous title).Read full post »

FEBRUARY 22, 2012 2:03PM

A Current Project

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These Perilous Times

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Reach outabout thirty or forty years into the future of America. What will you see out there? Will you recognize the landscape, the political environment in, say, 2050?&nRead full post »

I lived on Calloway Bayou in the Florida Panhandle, surrounded by water, marshes, alligators—and depressing news about Hispanic illegals who'd died pursuing their dreams of a promised land. Were they despicable intermational criminals? Or the huddled masses yearning to breathe free...Read full post »

FEBRUARY 16, 2012 5:31PM

TWright's Terse Verse

TERRY WRIGHT received a BS, MS and PhD in Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Tech and pursued a career in research and teaching in the field. He has written extensively in the technical literature—including two textbooks on fluid machinery—and has published poems, stories and articles in… Read full post »

FEBRUARY 16, 2012 2:33PM

Club Tripoli, a novel by Terry Wright

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  Cold war airman Ted Miller moonlights on guitar at Club Tripoli, a Libyan nightclub. Caught up in the club’s vice and crime, can he escape his entanglements and survive by assisting in a dangerous covert Air Force investigatioRead full post »