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Jay Busbee is the author of the novels The Face of the River and the upcoming Bluff City. Born in Lynchburg, Virginia and raised in Atlanta, he is a graduate of the College of William & Mary and the University of Memphis’s Creative Writing MFA program.

Jay has written for dozens of magazines and companies, on topics including everything from the NBA to solid waste management, Internet consulting to comic books. His work has appeared in ESPN.com, USA Today, The Washington Post, Atlanta, Slam, The Chicago Sports Review, Maximum Golf, Memphis, 64, and many other publications. 

He is a contributing editor of Atlanta magazine, and also writes the monthly "Painting the Corners" column for ChopTalk, the official Atlanta Braves magazine, and the weekly "Gone Yard" column for The Chicago Sports Review. He has scripted comic books published by Arcana Studio, Digital Webbing, and Hoarse & Buggy.

He has run three marathons, appeared in The People Vs. Larry Flynt, and continues to teach English at Georgia Perimeter College.

He lives in Atlanta with his wife Annarita, an attorney, and his daughter Riley and son Logan.

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Jay Busbee is a novelist and journalist living in Atlanta. Click below for more info on his novels, articles, and comics.

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