Alvin H. ‘Al’ Terrell
Alvin H. ‘Al’ Terrell, was born and grew up in the ‘Sunken Lands’ of Poinsett County in northeast Arkansas. He worked on the farms and in the businesses until age 22 when he left Arkansas to live and work in the Industrial cities of the Northern U.S. Al attended college in Rockford, IL while attending college he found a love for writing.
After retirement from industry, Al spends his time writing the old stories he hopes will be enjoyed by all and preserved for future generations. Although Al has lived many years in the cities of the North, he says, “I’m still a country boy at heart.”
Steven Clark was born in Bonne Terre, Missouri. He served in the United States Army and graduated with a B.A. in English from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. His play The Love Season won the Source Theater’s 1985 Best Play award. He has written several novels, stories and plays. His play The Tragedy of Hypatia was performed at the 2001 Director’s Showcase at the University of Missouri-Columbia. His stories have appeared in Black Oak Presents. His play The Buffalo was part of the Spectrum Theater’s 2011 festival. The Green Path is his first novel.
Al and Steven’s new books will be released soon!