Harlan Yarbrough

Summary Biography of Harlan Yarbrough

Educated as a scientist, graduated as a mathematician, but a full-time professional entertainer most of his life, including a stint as a regular performer on the prestigious Grand Ol’ Opry, Harlan Yarbrough attempted to escape the entertainment industry, working as a librarian, physics teacher, syndicated newspaper columnist, and city planner. Harlan lives, writes, and struggles to improve his dzongkha pronunciation and vocabulary in Bhutan. In the past six years, his short fiction has appeared in the Galway Review, Indiana Voice Journal, Green Hills Literary Lantern, and sixty-four other literary journals in ten countries and has won the Fair Australia Prize.

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