Jory Sherman began his literary career as a poet in San Francisco's famed North Beach during the heyday of the so-called "Beat Generation." His poetry was widely published when he began writing fiction.
He has won numerous awards for his poetry and prose and was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for his novel, GRASS KINGDOM. He was a Spur Award winner from Western Writers of America for his novel, THE MEDICINE HORN.
He now lives on a prime fishing lake in East Texas.
- Satan's Seed
Jory ShermanSpawn of Lucifer.... It all started with the wholesale slaughter of prize cattle at Sam Hinton's ranch at Big Bear... More
- The Hills of Home
Jory ShermanJory Sherman's portraits of people and places in the Ozarks hills transport the reader to a land of haunting and... More