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Gay was born in Hohenwald, Tennessee. After returning to the States, he lived in both New York City and Chicago before returning to Lewis County, Tennessee , where he lived from until his death. Even though he had been writing since the age of fifteen, Gay did not publish anything until , when two of his short stories were accepted by literary magazines. Before then, Gay made his living as a carpenter, drywall hanger, and house painter.
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And Edgewater justifies every pit stop joyful and tragic because he is, for once, doing the right thing: trying to be with his dying father. Gay writes realistically because he came to writing later in his life; his first book was published when he was He would then scribble the passages longhand in a notebook when he returned home from work. After he died in , Gay left behind 12 of these notebooks, which Dzanc released as The Lost Country.
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William Gay born January 1,  is an American football coach and former cornerback , who is the current defensive backs coach for the Missouri State Bears. He played college football for the University of Louisville for head coach Bobby Petrino from to before being drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the fifth round of the NFL Draft. Gay signed with the Cardinals prior to the NFL season before returning to Pittsburgh the following year. Gay attended James S. Rickards High School in Tallahassee, Florida , where he played quarterback, wide receiver and safety for the Raiders.
A collection of work from the Tennessee author is out now via Dzanc Books and Chapter In a interview, I asked him what the people around his hometown of Hohenwald, Tenn. Soon after his first story appeared in The Georgia Review in , a neighbor asked who was helping him write. I was wondering if you had somebody who took out the little words and put in the big words.