Terry Barr was raised by a Protestant mother and a Jewish father and went on to marry an Iranian immigrant. His essays have appeared in The Montreal Review, The Museum of Americana, Squalorly, Orange Quarterly, Scissors and Spackle, and are forthcoming in Blue Lyra Review and Sport Literate. He lives with his wife and two daughters, and teaches Creative Nonfiction at Presbyterian College in Upstate South Carolina.
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