Jack Trammell

 
 
Jack Trammell’s most recent of twenty-one books include, Down on the Chickahominy, a nominee for the 2010 Library of Virginia Non-fiction award, and the 2010 Anthology of Appalachian Writers, Silas House Volume II, published by Shepherd University and in which Trammell’s work appears alongside those of Jesse Stuart and others. Trammell has won numerous literary awards, ranging from the History Book Club Essay Contest to recognition by the all of Virginia’s major writing organizations. He has published hundreds of stories, articles and poems and for seven years wrote a regular column for the Washington Times. He teaches at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia, and lives on a farm near Charlottesville in Louisa County.