Châtillon, Rhône with Marie-Clare, May 2017

Laurence Musgrove is a professor of English at Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas, where he teaches creative writing, literature, comic studies, mindfulness, and drawing-to-learn.

His collection of poetry, Local Bird, is from Lamar University Literary Press.

His poems have appeared in Southern Indiana Review, Concho River Review, Buddhist Poetry Review, Inside Higher Ed, Southwestern American Literature, Ink Brick, and Elephant Journal.

He is co-editor with Terry Dalrymple of Texas Weather, an anthology of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction on the power and beauty of the weather of the Lone Star State.

His collection of aphorisms titled One Kind of Recording is also now available from Lamar University Literary Press.

He cartoons at texosophy.com and blogs at theillustratedprofessor.com.

His academic work and other lists of publications can be found here.