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AGT’s mission is (1) to support our East Tennessee authors by helping promote them and their works, (2) to encourage literacy so that Tennessee’s citizens can better understand our complex world and be better informed, (3) to encourage prospective authors to take up the pen and experience the joy of writing, and (4) to promote, celebrate and enjoy the rich literary tradition that past Tennessee authors have bequeathed to us.

AGT is a group of published authors in East Tennessee who work together to promote the books they have written and to share the costs of marketing them. AGT members sell their books at book signings, through amazon.com, book sellers such as Barnes and Noble, and their own websites.

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  • About AGT
    AGT was formed in the spring of 2013 to showcase many of the talented authors who hail from Tennessee. It is a group of published authors who work together to promote the books they have written and to share the costs of marketing them. AGT members sell their books through national and regional outlets, this website and at book signings and other events.
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  • Upcoming AGT Events
    Every first Friday of the month Authors of the Guild have a book Signing at Tellico Village Library. We also organize periodically events for Authors to sell their books at fairs and other appropriate venues. 
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  • Our Authors
    AGT has over 30 member authors who have collectively written more than 65 books in eight different genres: Children’s Literature, Fantasy, Humor, Science Fiction, Thriller, Memoir, Creative Nonfiction, Romance, True-Life and Western Novels.
    Click on the menu at the top of this page to meet our gifted authors and learn about the books they’ve written.
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  • Have you written a book?
    If you’ve written and published one or more high quality books and you have limited time and money to market your masterpiece(s), AGT may be able to help. You don’t have to be a one-man band. By being part of a group, you can share marketing costs with several other authors and attract more readers to book signings and other events by having many more books to choose from.
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  • Literacy is a key lever of change and a practical tool of empowerment on each of the three main pillars of sustainable development: economic development, social development and environmental protection.   

    ~Former UN Secretary-General, Kofi Annan


  • All the words I use in my stories can be found in the dictionary—it’s just a matter of arranging them into the right sentences.

    - Somerset Maugham

  • I am irritated by my own writing. I am like a violinist whose ear is true, but whose fingers refuse to reproduce precisely the sound he hears within.

     Gustave Flaubert

  • A library is a hospital for the mind.


  • I divide all readers into two classes: those who read to remember and those who read to forget.

    William Lyon Phelps

    Yale University Professor of English Literature/Author/literary critic

We Welcome our New Authors

  • Clyde Fulmer

    Clyde Fulmer

    Clyde was born in Rockwood, Tennessee. As he grew up, he was always being creative. He began songwriting at age 20. He has written many songs that are visceral and mindful of love and tragedy. He and a friend won an audition at the Bluebird Café in Nashville, Tennessee in 1991, and they were invited to sing at the café’s enduring Sunday Writers’ Night. Later, he began experimenting with poetry, too.

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  • Mary Ann Brantley

    Mary Ann Brantley

    I am a wife, mother, grandmother, and most importantly–a born again child of God.  My greatest joy in life has been my family and sharing my spiritual experiences with anyone interested in hearing them. Over the years I have written a few poems, prayer journals, essays, and prepared many Sunday school lessons. 

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  • Cheryl Campos

    Cheryl Campos

    Cheryl Campos is an eleventh generation South Louisiana native.  She attended Nicholls State University on an academic scholarship, majoring in history.  She later received her Master’s Degree from Tulane University, majoring in social work.  She was a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers for many years, living and working throughout South Louisiana in Acadiana, along the bayous, in small rural communities and in the heart of New Orleans.  

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  • David Hunter

    David Hunter

    David Hunter began his professional writing career using a manual typewriter on the family kitchen table some 27 years ago. Though he chose law enforcement as a career, he knew he wanted to be a writer when he was just a teenager. He was 14 or 15 when an English teacher published something he wrote in the Halls High School newspaper. When he saw his first byline, he was hooked.

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  • Joan Haines McIntee

    Joan Haines McIntee

    As an inquisitive 4 year old, Joan began a life long needle arts career. During her adult life, a nursing instructor, she also taught crocheting, Teneriffe Embroidery, candlewicking, twilling, rug braiding and shirret.   She was a designer/columnist for internationally circulated “Woman’s Circle Crochet” magazine (“Gems From Joan” column, over 200 designs featured - including two covers). She has been sharing Teneriffe Embroidery with students since 1980. Joan’s been honored in: “World Who’s Who Of Women”; “2000 Women of Achievement” (Internationally); “U.S. Congressional Record”; and, 9 other international/national reference books.

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  • Jerry H. Morton

    Jerry H. Morton

    Jerry grew up in a Coast Guard family who moved quite a bit, with the result that he attended 12 different public schools. These circumstances provided him with some unusual experiences and insights into the many subcultures that exist in the northern and midwestern states. Experiences in the south began for him when he attended Centre College of Kentucky. 

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  • Reflections
    Reflections Copies available for a donation of $10 each. Plus shipping and handling. USA only. Inspirational, thought-provoking, whimsical, imaginative and sometimes humorous, these 68 entries from 4th through 12th grade students in the 2013 – 2014 Roane County student writing contest will renew your faith in our leaders of the future. These poems, short stories and essays from the creative minds of our youth will amaze you. All proceeds from the sale of this Anthology will go to fund the fall 2014 writing contest prizes and a $2,500 college scholarship for a deserving graduating senior.


Authors Guild of Tennessee Contact Details

AGT Telephone info   1.865.988.0122

 P.O. Box 23311
 Knoxville, TN 37933



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AGT has over 30 member authors who have collectively written more than 65 books in eight different genres: Children’s Literature, Fantasy, Humor, Science Fiction, Thriller, Memoir, Creative Nonfiction, Romance, True-Life and Western Novels.

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