May 22, 2017


Evan Guilford-Blake



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Striving for Immortality (2014-10-20) cover story essay writing

Evan Guilford-Blake's prose and poems have appeared in numerous print and online journals, as well as in several anthologies, winning 19 awards. "Noir(ish)," his first novel, is published by Penguin. Holland House issues "American Blues," a collection of his short stories, on October 23rd. His plays have been produced internationally and won 42 competitions. Thirty are published. He and his wife (and inspiration) Roxanna, a healthcare writer and jewelry designer, live in the southeastern US.


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Evan Guilford-Blake
Evan Guilford-Blake


Evan Guilford-Blake writes fiction, plays, poetry and creative non-fiction for adults and children. His prose and poems have appeared in numerous print and online journals as well as several anthologies, won 19 contests and received two Pushcart Prize nominations. His novel Noir(ish) is published by Penguin. Holland House, a UK-based indie press, is issuing his short story collection American Blues in hardbound, trade paper and electronic editions, on October 23, 2014. Both are available on Amazon. Please see his author's page for more info.

His plays have been produced internationally. Collectively, they have won 42 playwriting competitions; 30 are published in acting and/or trade editions. Some Unfinished Chaos is available in a Nook edition from Barnes & Noble; and the trade paper edition of the multiple award-winning Nighthawks can be found on most online bookstore sites.

He and his wife (and inspiration) Roxanna, a healthcare writer and jewelry designer, live in the southeastern US with their sort-of Westeke terrier, the aptly named Winnie Words, and two dumb-as-dirt-but-lovable ring-neck doves, Quill and Gabriella. You can subscribe to Evan's free newsletter, Musings and Machinations, at https://tinyletter.com/ejbplaywright.