Published Work

Books by Glenda Council Beall

Paws, Claws, Hooves, Feathers and Fins; Family Pets and God's other creatures - Co-authored with Estelle Rice.   Visit www.riceandbeall.blogspot.com to order

Stores that carry this book
Curiosity Shop Bookstore, Murphy, NC
City Lights Bookstore, Sylva, NC.
Tiger's Department Store and Chinquapins,
on the square in Hayesville, NC

Now Might As Well Be Then, poetry by Glenda Council Beall - Finishing Line Press - 2009 www.finishinglinepress.com


Available at City Lights Books, Sylva, NC

Profiles and Pedigrees, Thomas Charles Council and His Descendants - published in 1998 by Genealogy Publishing.  $35.00 Email Glenda Beall at gcbmountaingirl@gmail.com for ordering information.




City Lights Books, Sylva, NC 

Published Poetry in Journals, Magazines and anthologies

  1. Morning Drama – Carolina Magazine – 1996
  2. Blackberry Patch – Writer’s Cramp – 1997
  3. A Visit with Twila – Carolina Magazine – 1997
  4. No Answers – Storyteller Magazine – 1997
  5. Open Windows – Writer’s Cramp – 1997
  6. UGA, 1959 – Writer’s Cramp – 1997
  7. Snow Dreams – Georgia Journal – 1998
  8. Mountain Seagull – Journal of Kentucky Studies – 1998
  9. Inundated – Journal of Kentucky Studies – 1998  -
  10. Third place winner James Still Poetry Contest
  11. The Widow, Mrs. Pearl – Independence Boulevard – 1999
  12. The Intruder – Red Owl Magazine – 1999
  13. Womanhood – Red Owl Magazine – 1999
  14. Shell Point – Stepping Stones – 1999
  15. Drought – Lucidity – 1999; Stepping Stones - 2000
  16. A Southern Family Cemetery – Stepping Stones – 2000
  17. Singing Gospel Sunday – Journal of Kentucky Studies – 2000
  18. My Father's Horse - Main Street Rag, 2001, Winter issue. Now Might as Well be Then, Finishing Line Press chapbook published in 2009
  19. The Peach Tree – Appalachian Heritage – 2002
  20. Tomato Man- Lights in the Mountains – 2003 - First Place winner Clay County Poetry and Arts contest 2007
  21. A Photograph of Me and My Brothers – Journal of Kentucky Studies – 2004
  22. Big Sur – Journal of Kentucky Studies - 2004
  23. November Trees -- Living With Loss Magazine -- 2009; Your Daily Poem, November 2011, http://www.yourdailypoem.com/
  24. A Very Old Photograph - Your Daily Poem, 2010 -03-06, http://www.yourdailypoem.com/;Now Might as Well be Then, Poetry chapbook by Glenda C. Beall, 2009
  25. About Jack - Dead Mule School of Southern Literature- June, 2010
  26. How to Bridle an Uncooperative Horse - Dead Mule School of Southern Literature - June, 2010; Cherokee Saddle Club newsletter, June 2014
  27. The Long Sleep - Dead Mule School of Southern Literature - June, 2010:  Reach of Song, 2014 anthology by Georgia Poetry Society
  28. Madness - Dead Mule School of Southern Literature - June, 20
  29. No Safe Place - Wild Goose Poetry Review, Fall 2010 http://www.wildgoosepoetryreview.org/
  30. No Safe Place - Women's Spaces Women's Places, anthology, summer 2011
  31. In the Dark - Your Daily Poem, 2009 - http://www.yourdailypoem.com/
  32. Summer Ballet - From Freckles to Wrinkles - Silver Boomer Books (anthology)
  33. Alone Now - 2011 Poetry Hickory Anthology
  34. Scene from Yellowstone's Valiant Wild   - Kakalak - Anthology of Carolina Poets, 2009; The Southern Poetry Anthology, Volume VII: North Carolina 2014  
  35. Lonely Things - Reach of Song - anthology pub. by Georgia Poetry Society, April 18, 2012
  36. Sleeping Alone - Silver Boomer Books, On Our Own, Widowhood for Smarties. (anthology)
  37. Solitude - Silver Boomer Books, On Our Own, Widowhood for Smarties, (anthology)
  38. Therein Lies the Difference - Wild Goose Poetry Review, 2013
  39. One Flaw - Wild Goose Poetry Review  Spring and summer issue, 2012
  40. A Balmy Day in January - Wild Goose Poetry Review, 2013
  41. Two Buttermilks for Pamela - Wild Goose Poetry Review, 2014
  42. Winter Affair - VOXPOETICA.COM   February, 2014
  43. Can I Bloom Again - Vox Poetica, March 30, 2014
  44. While I Waited, Life Happened - Your Daily Poem - November 16, 2009 and November, 2014
  45. Where Will They Go? - Your Daily Poem - December 12, 2010
  46. A Very Old Photograph - Your Daily Poem - March 26, 2010
  47. Outer Banks - Your Daily Poem -  published June 12, 2015
  48. Autumn at Yellowstone - Your Daily Poem - Published September 14, 2015
  49. Old Unfaithful - Your Daily Poem - Published October 3, 2015
  50. Poem - In the Yard, anthology by Old Mountain Press
  51. The Patience of Job - A Funny Thing, anthology by Old Mountain Press
  52. The Icehouse Job - Literature Today, anthology
  53. Shot into the Future, Clutching the Past - Main Street Rag,  Volume 21, Summer 2016 issue
  54. Two Buttermilks for Pamela-forthcoming in Food Issue of NegativeCapability. 
  55. Antique Pitcher - What Bugs Me anthology by  Old Mountain Press, November 2016
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
Published Essays, Articles and Stories by Glenda C. Beall
  1. How We Met – Forks in the Road -Anthology
  2. Mother's Reunion – Reunions Magazine, Spring 1999, Vol.9 No.3
  3. Tar, Tallow and Prayer -- Moonshine and Blind Mules and other Western North Carolina Tales, 2006  (anthology)
  4. "An Angel Called Amos” Copyright © 2008 by Glenda C. Beall, first published in A Cup of Comfort for Horse Lovers, Compilation Copyright © 2008 by F+W Publications, Inc. - Accepted for Cherokee Saddle Club Newsletter, 2014, reprinted with permission from publisher. 
  5. Confrontation  --Muscadine Lines; A Southern Journal - 2009
  6. What Did You Say? - Dead Mule School of Southern Literature - April, 2010
  7. The Trillium -- Echoes Across the Blue Ridge, Essays, stories and poems by writers living in and inspired by the southern Appalachian Mountains.  (anthology)
  8. Pass it on - Breath and Shadow, online journal, July 15 issue,; ICL Newsletter, 2011, Clay County Progress Newspaper
  9. Buck, My Brother Ned and the Snake - Muscadine Lines: A Southern Journal - 2011     
  10. Public Domain - Dead Mule School of Southern Literature - April 2012  
  11. Keeping Up - 234 Journal - October 10, 2013    
  12. Rescued by Love, Rocky's story - Accepted by Green Gecko Publishing, 1/4/2014  for book, Passion for Dogs to be published later
  13. Interviewing Poets, Why and How--Writers Digest, September 18, 2014, Robert Lee Brewer, 
  14. A Wonderful Evening at the Emergency Room -- It's All Relative; Tales from the Tree. Anthology with stories, poems and essays from 50 Western NC Women Writers, edited by Celia H. Miles and Nancy Dillingham
  15. Essay on Aging - Administration on Community Living  https://oam.acl.gov/stories.html#09

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