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Terry Price does not believe in standing still. An accomplished photographer, long distance cyclist, traveler, Appalachian Trail hiker, and sailor – he keeps things moving. He’s earned his living as an optician, a radio and television sports anchor and play-by-play announcer, and an attorney.

During his 24 years of practicing law, he completed The Writer’s Loft creative writing program at Middle Tennessee State University and earned an MFA in Writing from Spalding University in Louisville.  He serves as Director Emeritus of The Writer’s Loft program.

Terry has published several short stories, one of which was nominated for the Pushcart Prize. He is currently revising a short story collection for publication and is writing his first novel. Set in Nashville, its working title is An Angel’s Share.

He lives on a small farm in Springfield, Tennessee with his family and two dogs, two goats, a small herd of Longhorns and lots of squirrels.

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An Angel’s Share –

~ a term for the portion (share) of a wine or distilled spirits volume that is lost to evaporation during aging in oak barrels.  A gift or offering to the angels of the wine or spirits.

~ the working title of a novel in progress about four generations of Tennessee fathers and sons dealing with the central question of what is a father?

~ Job 33:23
If then there be for him an angel,
one out of a thousand, a mediator,
To show him what is right for him
and bring the man back to justice

~Psalm 8:3-6
When I peer into Your sky,
The labor of Your fingers,
The moon and the stars that You established:
What is humanity, that You remember them?
And the children of humanity, that You are mindful of them?
You have made humans a little lower than angels,
And crowned them with honor and splendor.
You gave them stewardship over the works of Your hands
And You have set all things at their feet.

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