Brad Summerhill is the author of the novel Gambler’s Quartet (Virginia Avenue Press 2010). His short stories have appeared in Red Rock Review, The Nevada Review, Aethlon, South Dakota Review, Reno News & Review and elsewhere. His fiction appears in the forthcoming anthology Just To Watch Him Die, an assembly of stories based on the famous Johnny Cash lyric from the song “Folsom Prison Blues.” His essays and book reviews have appeared in Tampa Review, The Missouri Review, Virginia Journal and elsewhere. He is a professor of English at Truckee Meadows Community College in Reno, Nevada. His work has received recognition and/or financial support from Nevada Arts Council, Arkansas Arts Council, New Century Writer, Chesterfield Writer’s Film Project and Lily Peter Foundation.
Summerhill grew up in Reno, Nevada, where he lives with his wife and children. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Arkansas. Summerhill has taught creative writing workshops at three colleges and in the Arkansas Writers in the Schools program.