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Jere’ M. Fishback

Biography

Jere’ M. Fishback is a former journalist and trial lawyer. He writes novels, novellas, and short fiction. He has also written a memoir, “Hydrangeas” appearing in the “Homegrown in Florida” anthology published by University Press of Florida in 2012.Jere’s novel “Josef Jaeger” won first place in the Young Adult category in the 2010 international Rainbow Award competition. And Jere’s novel “Tyler Buckspan” took second place in the YA category in the 2013 Rainbow Awards.In 2014, “Tyler Buckspan” was one of twenty novels chosen by the American Library Association’s Rainbow Project as “recommended reading” for teenage LGBTQ readers. “Tyler Buckspan” is now on the shelf at many public libraries through the U.S. and Canada.Jere’s anthology, “Troubling Tales from Florida”, is a collection of dark tales Jere’ penned over the course of eight years. Included is “Crawford Creek”, which won the 2007 “best of conference” award for short stories at the Writers in Paradise conference at Eckerd College.In December 2014 Prizm Books released Jere’s Edgy Young Adult novel, “Becoming Andy Hunsinger”, available in both digital and print versions, set in the mid-1970s when Anita Bryant’s homophobic “Save Our Children” campaign raged in Florida.In May 2016, Dark Hollows Press released Jere’s novel, “The House on Fremont Drive” which deals with multiple issues: coming of age, homosexuality, child abuse, mysticism, and racism. “The House on Fremont Drive was a finalist in the 2016 Rainbow Awards competition in the General Fiction category.And in September 2016, Createspace has published Jere’s novel, “Dodging a Pearl”, a story of addiction and downfall, redemption and love, high-stakes litigation and justice for the wronged.Jere’ lives on a barrier island west of his birthplace, St. Petersburg, FL

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