College professor of English; author. Born 1942, in Greensboro, Alabama. Married Joan McMillan. Education; University of Alabama, B.A., 1964; M.A., 1967; University of Michigan, Ph. D. Taught English at University of Montevallo; Chair of Department of English. Awarded professor emeritus status upon retirement. President of Montevallo Arts Council. Executive Secretary of the South Atlantic Association of Departments of English. Received the Montevallo Alumni Association Outstanding Commitment to Teaching Award, 1993; the Outstanding Teaching Award from the South Atlantic Association of Departments of English, 1997; Mitchell Award for Service to the Alabama College English Teachers Association, 1998.
Don Noble, Climbing Mount Cheaha, Livingston Press, 2004.
Distant Son: An Alabama Boyhood. Brierfield; Cahaba Trace Commission, 2002.
Ashes of Roses
If I Had a Dog I’d Name Him Spot
Truman Capote: Against a Copper Sky
Alabama Bound; Contemporary Stories of A State.