Thomas Ford Conlan

 

    Tom Conlan lives, writes, and tends his modest grape vines in the highlands of Northern Michigan when not listening to the simple symphony of wild birds in the morning. 

    He has captained a Coast Guard Cutter, sailed the world’s lakes and oceans, and occasionally, when fortunate, searches for the elusive brook trout in backwater streams.       

    His lyrical memoir “My Journey Begins Where the Road Ends…” was released in June 2017, by Mission Point Press.

    Tom’s prose has appeared in print in Vine Leaves Literary Journal, in Tulip Tree Review, in the anthology, “The Water Holds No Scars,” in QU Literary Review, and in Walloon Writers Review. Poetry has appeared in The Avocet, Outlaw Poetry, Walloon Writers Review, and Duck Lake Journal. His work was chosen as a finalist for the Annie Dillard Prize in the Bellingham Review.

    Tom attended the Iowa Writer’s Workshop, holds a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Queens University of Charlotte, and a Master of Science from the US Naval Postgraduate School in Monterrey, California.

 

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