Corrigan, John (1970 - )
Genre: Mystery, Non-Fiction - Scholarly
A native of Augusta, Maine, Corrigan received his B.A. in English from State University of New York at Fredonia and his M.F.A. from the University of Texas at El Paso. He has worked as a journalist and freelance writer, and was a literature instructor and the director of the Visiting Writer Series at the Maine School of Science and Mathematics in Limestone, Maine. He also taught at Northern Maine Community College in Presque Isle, Maine.
Corrigan has published poems, articles of academic non-fiction, and mysteries. His poems have been published in The River Review/La Revue Riviere, Echoes, Red Owl, The Rio Grande Review, Frost at Midnight, Storyteller, The Advocate, and other literary journals. Corrigan also writes a monthly column in Golf Today
- Teaching Dyslexics to Write: A Guide for The Composition Instructor, which appears as a chapter in Richard Graves' Writing, Teaching, Learning: A Sourcebook (1999)
Mystery series featuring pro golfer and Maine native Jack Austin
- Cut Shot (2001)
- Snap Hook (2004)
- Center Cut (2004)
- Bad Lie (2005)
- Out of Bounds (2007).