Who am I?
Malcolm R. Campbell. . .
Malcolm R. Campbell is an author of magical realism (Conjure Woman’s Cat, Eulalie and Washerwoman, Lena, and Florida Folk Magic Stories) and fantasy (The Sun Singer, Sarabande, At Sea, and Mountain Song).
His work has appeared in The Lascaux Prize 2014 Anthology, Spirits of St. Louis: Missouri Ghost Stories Anthology, “Quail Bell Magazine,” “A View inside Glacier National Park: 100 years, 100 Stories,” “Future Earth Magazine,” “The Smoking Poet Magazine,” “Nonprofit World Magazine,” “Nostalgia Magazine,” and “Living Jackson Magazine.”
He previously worked as an insurance company’s training materials designer, a police management school’s course materials developer, a mental health department unit manager, a technical writer, a grant writer, a corporate communications director, a railway museum’s volunteer collections manager, and a college journalism instructor.
His fantasy novels were inspired by Glacier Park Montana where he worked as a bellman and from a tour of duty aboard an aircraft carrier during the Vietnam War.
He grew up in the Florida Panhandle, a wondrous place often called “the other Florida” and “the forgotten coast,” that was the perfect environment for growing up and learning about writing and magical realism.
Campbell lives on a north Georgia farm with his wife, Lesa, and their two cats
Florida Folk Magic Stories, Book 1
Florida Folk Magic Stories, Book 2
Florida Folk Magic Stories, Book 3
Mountain Journeys Book 1
Mountain Journeys Book 2