Jason W. Stuart

Location Mississippi Gulf
Occupation Academic Director/Editor
Website http://burntbridge.net

Books by Jason W. Stuart
  • by Burnt Bridge
    Burnt Bridge, 2011.

  • by Burnt Bridge
    Burnt Bridge, 2010.

  • by Jason Stuart
    Crimedog Books, 2011.
  • About Me

    Jason Stuart basically was raised in a barn. He grew up eating squirrel meat and moon pies with ice cold root beer. He once jumped over a rattlesnake while winning a foot-race against a rock giant. He picked peas and potatoes by the bushel every morning most of the summers of his young life and spent the rest of the afternoon shucking and shelling. He loaded chemical fertilizer for a while until his foot turned yellow and he quit (though he still doesn’t care a jot for organic agriculture). He’s driven a truck (poorly, he might add), tended bar, cleaned up bars, built houses, run a movie house, lived in his truck (1995 Chevy Tahoe 4 door 4x4). Somewhere in there, he went to college, the particulars of which are not terribly interesting. Alcohol was involved. He now resides on the beach in Mississippi and works on an Air Force base, though he is not, himself, an airman. He has several lawyers but still no agent. He rides a motorcycle and roots for the Gators. He has not, as of this writing, shot a shark with his .357 magnum.

    Any favorite authors? Books?

    Larry McMurtry, Harry Crews, Ernest Hemingway, Flannery O'Connor, Bobbie Ann Mason, Daniel Woodrell, John Brandon, Tom Franklin, Frederick & Steven Barthelme, Padgett Powell, Jill Ciment, Lauren Groff, Barry Hannah, Percival Everitt, Bret Easton Ellis.

    Jason W. Stuart's Wall

    Matthew A. Hamilton – Oct 27, 2010

    Thanks for reading The Dancing Lady. Funny, I recently read a few of the stories at Burnt Bridge and thought about submitting this story, but decided it might not fit there, but I did submit another story.

    Darryl Price – Oct 22, 2010

    Welcome aboard Jason.

    Robert Vaughan – Oct 19, 2010

    Welcome to Fictionaut, Jason! Hope you have fun! I'm excited to read your writing.

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