Taylor Brown was born on the Georgia coast. His short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in The New Guard, The Baltimore Review, CutBank, The Coachella Review, storySouth, CrimeSpree Magazine, the Press 53 Open Awards Anthology, and many others. He received the Montana Prize in Fiction for his story “Rider,” and he was a finalist for the 2012 Machigonne Fiction Prize. His work has been recognized as one of the “Other Distinguished Mystery Stories” in Best American Mystery Stories, and his story “Kingdom Come” won second prize in the 2010 Press 53 Open Awards for Short Story. He lives in Wilmington, North Carolina, and his website is www.taylorbrownfiction.com.
8.5 x 5.5 paperback, approx 175 pages
The title story from In the Season of Blood & Gold is the first chapter of Taylor's novel, Fallen Land, published by St. Martin's Press, January 2016