Books by Clay Reynolds

Clay Reynolds is an award winning novelist and professional book critic. His critical evaluations and feature articles have appeared in national magazines, including Chronicles, American Way, and Texas Monthly, and his short fiction has been widely published and anthologized.

Reynolds offers editorial services for both fiction and nonfiction manuscripts. List of Clay Reynolds Honors

Lone Star Literary Life features Texas Novelist Clay Reynolds. Interview by Kay Ellington, LSLL, Publisher. READ THE FULL INTERVIEW…

Baen Free Radio Hour:

Two-time Spur Award winner and Pulitzer semifinalist Clay Reynolds discusses his Western novels, both historical and contemporary…. Reynolds is known for the historical accuracy, wry humor, pathos, and beauty found in his novels, which are often set in Texas. Available as audio-only podcast or video podcast.

Vox Populi: A Novel of the Common Man by Clay Reynolds

A nameless and sometimes hapless narrator moves through a series of casual encounters, mostly in the Southwest, with total strangers, average people going about day-to-day, often mundane activities, but taking time to reveal to him, unprompted, their life experiences. READ MORE

Read Literary Journal Publications
by Clay Reynolds
  • “Railroad Man,” Winner of the TIL Bud Shrake Award for Creative Nonfiction – click here
  • “Reaching the Summit,” Winner of the Texas Institute of Letters’ Kay Cattarulla Award for Short Fiction –  click here
  • “Night Work,” click here
  • “From Castro to Cancun,” click here

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