Tim Gilmore

Tim Gilmore is the author of 20+ books including Murder Capital: 8 Stories, 1890s - 1980s, Repossessions: Mass Shooting in Baymeadows (2019), Goat Island Hermit: The State of Florida versus Rollians Christopher (2018), Devil in the Baptist Church: Bob Gray's Unholy Trinity (2016), The Mad Atlas of Virginia King (2015), In Search of Eartha White, Storehouse for the People (2014), and Stalking Ottis Toole: A Southern Gothic.

Gilmore is the founder of the annual JaxbyJax Literary Arts Festival (www.jaxbyjax.com) in Jacksonville, Florida and creator of Jax Psycho Geo (www.jaxpsychogeo.com), a collection of close to 600 stories about locations around Northeast Florida.

Gilmore teaches Literature and Writing at Florida State College at Jacksonville, where he was awarded a 2018 Distinguished Faculty Award. The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville named Gilmore the 2018 Literary Artist of the Year. Also in 2018, Gilmore served on the Jacksonville City Council’s Civil Rights History Task Force. He holds a Ph.D. in English from the University of Florida.
 

  • Tim Gilmore
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