Published Work

Books by Glenda C. Beall

Now Might As Well Be Then, poetry by Glenda Council Beall - Finishing Line Press - 2009 
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Available at City Lights Books, Sylva, NC

Profiles and Pedigrees, Thomas Charles Council and His Descendants - published in 1998 by Genealogy Publishing.  $20.00 
Email Glenda Beall at gcbmountaingirl@gmail.com
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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