Holcombe is a humorist from Atlanta, Ga. Although born penniless and illiterate in 1955,
he manages to freelance and self-publish enough to enjoy a reputation of some repute.
Calm down, redundancies are acceptable among the Southern-Hetro-Urban-Humorists school
of freestyle in which he writes, as is almost anything as long as it makes folks grin.
Holcombe does not claim to be a literary writer, and strongly advises that his use of
ink should be read for entertainment purposes only, and thus kept out of reach of
children and small pets.
In addition to freelancing for the last 20+ years, Holcombe has published two books:
Never Mace A Skunk, and Never Mace A Skunk II: The Legends Continue.
He says, “I’ve sold roughly 1,000 of each, and although I may not have the following some writers
have, I do have a fiercely loyal group who will repeatedly spend hard earned money
on what I write, poor bastards.”
To put bread on the table, Holcombe is publisher for the bi-monthly American Digger
Magazine, and the publication, Diggers and Collectors of American Heritage. In two
short years he modestly admits that he has managed to get paid subscribers in 48
states and several foreign countries. He also owns an antiquities business:
Holcombe is currently working on two books, a novel, which takes place in Georgia,
and can best be described as "dark humor". In other words, you will laugh, but you
might feel a bit guilty about it later. A second book will be a side-splitter and will
explain why we should not stereotype Southerners or Northerners, but instead we should
mercilessly stereotype Americans in general.
Services: Available for critiquing and proofreading, and when time allows,
available for project collaborations. Will also swap fishing stories.
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