GC Smith is an award winning (Writer's Digest, University of Maine --The Binnacle) writer living in the South of the U.S. He writes novels, short stories, flash fiction, poetry. Sometimes he plays with dialect, either Cajun or Gullah-Geechee ways of speaking. The written word is in the family blood. Smith's cousin, Paedar O'Donnell, of Donegal and Dublin, Ireland, edited Bell's magazine and wrote a bunch of novels. O'Donnell was influential in Irish politics of the early twentieth century.
Smith's work can be found in: Gator Springs Gazette, F F Magazine, Iguanaland, Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Naked Humorists, The GLUT, Flask Fiction Magazine, N.O.L.A. Spleen, NFG Magazine, Cellar Door, The Beat, Dispatches Magazine, Beaufort Gazette, Coyote's Den, Southern ion, RednHum, Lamoille Lamentations , Quiction, The Landing, The Haunted Poet, Flavor a Deux, The Binnacle, Stymie Magazine, Bannock Street Books, Fried Chicken and Coffee, Write to Meow --Grey Wolfe, Publishing, Fiction Southeast and elsewhere.
As well as the short story collection, REDNECKS AND HARDCASES, Smith has five novels, WHITE LIGHTNING --Murder In the World of Stock Car Racing, THE CARBON STEEL CARESS; A Johnny Donal P.I. novel, and IN GOOD FAITH; A Johnny Donal P.I. Novel, MUDBUG TALES, A Novel In Flashes, wit' recipes, and he's working on another novel To Live And Die In Dixie; murder in the world of stock car racing. A lot of poetry by Smith is collected in three volumes. Smith also has a Southern setting poetry chapbook: A SOUTHERN BOY'S MEANDERINGS, His latest book is Anthracite Coal Country: A Bygone Era in Poetry and Prose.