Gary McLouth, D.A.
Gary McLouth has published short stories in The Red Rock Review, The Cimarron Review, ELM, Studio One, Limestone,Minnetonka Review, The Baltimore Review and others. Poetry has appeared in Adirondack Life, Blueline, Emerson of Harvard,The International Poetry Review, Buckle &, and others.
Natural Causes and other stories published by West Main Productions, and Gary’s second collection of short fiction, Do No Harm, are available on Amazon.com in standard print or eBook format. Gary has co-authored Men and Abortion with Arthur B. Shostak, edited A Man Named Nebraska, Guilty Without Trial, and a number of other book-length manuscripts. TV scripts supporting shows on Culture TV, “Media Matters” on the Ion TV network. Gary co-founded Todays Authors, a studio talk show recorded for broadcast on its own YouTube channel as well as TV aired as a public affairs offering in Albany, Syracuse and Buffalo, NY.
Gary is the President of the Gulf Coast Writers Association, a member of the Sanibel Writers Group #3, a participant in the Poetry Alliance, a featured poet in the Art Poems Project and a reader in programs sponsored by Big Arts on Sanibel Island. Other associations have included: The New York State Writers Institute; The Foundation for Mental Health; Poets & Writers; the Association of (college) Writing Programs.
Gary earned a Doctor of Arts in English at SUNY Albany where he won the President’s Distinguished Dissertation Award for Death and Other Frustrations. A Professor Emeritus at The College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY. He has been an adjunct English professor at Florida South Western State College (formerly Edison State College) in Fort Myers since January, 2011.
Professional experience as an arts administrator, college administrator, speech writer, MC for non-profits, writing consultant and independent video producer contributes to Gary’s ability to serve the various needs of potential clients.