Ken Wheatcroft-Pardue is an essayist, poet, short story writer, and high school English-as-a-Second Language teacher, living in obscurity in beautiful Fort Worth, Texas.
When he’s not teaching,he is usually writing. Most recently his poems have been published in Big Land, Big Sky, Big Hair: Best of the Texas Poetry Calendar, redriverreview.com, Illya’s Honey and The Texas Observer.
And his essays have appeared in The Texas Observer, The San Antonio Express-News, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, The Dallas Peace Times, and The Fort Worth Weekly.
In addition, his stories have been published in Lynx Eye, Hardboiled, and the on-line literary journals Scrivener’s Pen, SouthLit.com, Verdad.com, and in TWR magazine last year.