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A Cecile's Writer: Timothy Jay SmithAuthor: Timothy Jay Smith

Country of residence: France

Nationality: American

Mother tongue: English

Raised crisscrossing America, Timothy Jay Smith developed a wanderlust that took him around the world.  En route, he found the characters that people his work.  Arms dealers, child prostitutes, and wannabe terrorists: he hung with them all while smuggling plays from behind the Iron Curtain, maneuvering through war zones, and being a stowaway aboard a barge that landed him in an African jail.  He has finally ended up in France.  A glimpse of his literary achievements include the Paris Prize for Fiction for his novel A Vision of Angels; and his stage play, How High the Moon, won the prestigious Stanley Drama Award.

  • Stolen Memories

    October 2, 2016 • Flash Fiction
    Stolen Memories

    Flash Fiction by Timothy Jay Smith

    I think everyone wants to revisit where they spent their early years, and where so much took place that they will always carry it with them. For me that was Algiers. ... Read on...