Jim Reed's Red Clay Diary

Author Jim Reed

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Have You Visited My Mother's Garden?

16-07-2017

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What I Might Have Missed

09-07-2017

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To Read Or Not To Read

02-07-2017

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THE IMPORTANCE OF FRESH CUBA LINEN

25-06-2017

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reproducing The Irreproducible

19-06-2017

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Writing The Unwritten

11-06-2017

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Ceremony of the Graduates

28-05-2017

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SOUTHSIDE BAR-B-Q PAYBACK

21-05-2017

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LIVING UNDER THE DOME, WITHIN THE WALL

14-05-2017

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PASSING FANCIES ON THE JOURNEY TO IN-BETWEEN

08-05-2017

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Jim Reed was born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, in 1941, and has been writing since he was 12.

A graduate of the University of Alabama, Reed has worked in radio and television, higher education, and public relations. In 1985, Reed retired his three-piece suit, grew a beard, and recreated his life as author, storyteller, speaker, columnist, humorist, rare book dealer and museum curator.

Reed is called upon frequently to share his inspirational view of the world. He speaks on "How To Become Your Own Book" at universities and schools, as well as civic and writing groups. "Small Town Red Clay Tales, Both Actual and True" and "Christmas Comes But Once A Day" are performed in Alabama by the Seasoned Readers, a non-profit troupe of senior actors.

Reed has written literally hundreds of true (and actual) stories about life in the Deep South. When not writing, teaching or speaking,Reed can be found in The Museum of Fond Memories at Reed Books, Birmingham, his shop full of old books, posters, toys and other things you wish your mother had not thrown away.

Reed is married, the father of three, and "Poppy" to seven grandchildren.

 

Website: http://jimreedbooks.com

Email: jim@jimreedbooks.com

Blog: http://redclaydiary.com