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Dr. Anthony M. Grooms

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Local Address:  Massachusetts , United States
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  • BA , Theatre and Speech
    College of William and Mary
  • George Mason University
  • MFA , English
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Born January 15, 1955, Grooms was raised and educated in rural Louisa County, Virginia, 120 miles south of Washington, D.C. The eldest of six children, he grew up among an extended African American family that also claimed Native American and European heritage. His parents-Robert E. Grooms, a refrigeration mechanic, and Dellaphine Scott, a textile worker and housewife-encouraged his education. In 1967, as a preface to the forced racial integration of Virginia's public school system, his parents enrolled him in the Freedom of Choice plan that brought about limited integration of the white public schools. Though he notes that many of his attitudes about race and class in the United States were formed before 1967, the school integration experience was, nonetheless, a landmark event in his life, contributing to a perspective that is evident in many of his writings. Grooms graduated from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, in 1978 with a B.A. degree in theatre and speech. His focus was playwriting, and student theater groups produced several of his plays. Later he studied at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, where he developed a professional interest in creative writing and graduated in 1984 with an M.F.A. degree in English. After graduate school, he married Pamela B. Jackson, an administrative judge, and moved to Atlanta in 1988 to teach, where he found a subject for his writings in the American civil rights movement of the 1960s. In 1994 Grooms cofounded the Georgia Writers Association with writer Geri Taran and literary agent Susan L. Graham.
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Tony Grooms's education at the College of William and Mary and George Mason University led him to a teaching and literary arts administration career in Georgia. Since 1984, he has directed or advised a number of regional and national literary service organizations, including The Georgia Center for the Book, Pen Faulkner Foundation, and The National Endowment for the Arts. Since 1995, he has taught writing at Kennesaw State University. He is the author of Ice Poems, a chapbook of poems, and Trouble No More: Stories and Bombingham, a novel. He is a Fulbright Fellow, a Finalist for the Legacy Award from the Hurston-Wright Foundation, an Arts Administration Fellow from the National Endowment for the Arts, and the recipient of two Lillian Smith Prizes from the Southern Regional Council.
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Anthony Grooms (b. 1955) is a professor of English and interdisciplinary studies at Kennesaw State University. From the small town of Louisa, Virginia, he attended a then-recently integrated white public school as part of the Freedom of Choice plan, an experience that has influenced much of his writing. He is the author of a collection of poetry, Ice Poems (1988), a collection of short stories, Trouble No More (1995), and a novel, Bombingham (2001), which won the Lillian Smith Book Award in 2002. In 1994, he cofounded the Georgia Writers Association.
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Food That Pleases, Food to Take Home
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This story by African American writer and educator, Anthony "Tony" Grooms (b. 1955), taken from his 1995 collection Trouble No More, is set during the days of the lunch counter sit-ins, in this case in Grooms' hometown of Louisa, Virginia.
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Under the Kennesaw-University of Cape Coast agreement, Dr. Tony Grooms, an Associate Professor of Creative Writing, joined the department from February - April, 2001.
[ii] Dr. Tony Grooms, a Professor of Creative Writing, Kennesaw State University, USA, and a former Visiting Professor to the Department of English presented three [3] boxes containing books to the department.
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