Stories and Essays

by Karen Luke Jackson




“Bull’s Eye View.” Town Magazine. Vol.8, No.2 (January 31, 2018), pp. 82-83.


“Snapshot.”  The Great Smokies Review.  Fall 2012, Issue 7.




"Casket Shopping." That Southern Thing ed. by Randell Jones. Winston-Salem, NC: Daniel Boone Footsteps, 2020.


“Home Place.” Pisgah Review, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 106-109.


“Inheritance.” Emrys Journal. Vol 35, 2018, pp. 83-89.


“Our Parents are Not Our Own.” It’s All Relative: Tales from the Tree from 50 WNC Women Writers, ed. by Celia H. Miles & Nancy Dillingham. Asheville, NC: Stone Ivy Press, 2015, pp. 147-151.


“Dotted Lines.”  moonShine Review.  Fall 2012. Vol. 8: Issue 2, pp. 61-62.


“Nighttime Ritual.” Exit 109: A Poetry & Prose Anthology. 2009. Fayetteville, NC: Old Mountain Press,  p. 71


“Are You Ready?” Voices and Visions: A Collection of Writings by and about Empowered Women.  2008. Hickory, NC: Women’s Resource Center, pp. 41-42.


“Elves for Santa.”  Christmas Presence, ed. by Celia H. Miles & Nancy Dillingham.  Catawba Press, 2008, pp. 167-170.


“New Bearings.”  Hungryhearts,  Pilgrimage and Place. Winter, 2008.  17:1, 14.


“The Royal Singing Convention, 1893-1931: Shape Note Singing Tradition in Irwin County, Georgia.” Georgia Historical Quarterly, 56, 495-509.






“Love Without Strings.” Unpublished. Honorable Mention for Spiritual Nonfiction Prize, Ruminate Summer, 2016.

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