ANDRÉ JOSEPH GALLANT
GallantHS4618.jpg

WRITER | AUTHOR | TEACher 

André Gallant tells complicated and intimate nonfiction stories about culture set in the South. His stories are rooted in our relationships to land and identity and center the extraordinary lives of ordinary people engaged in self-determination. 

"A High Low Tide: The Revival of a Southern Oyster" is his first book, available in September 2018.

He teaches writing and multimedia journalism in academic and private environs. 

Athens, Georgia is his current home; the Canadian Maritimes are his forever home. 

andre gallant on the half moon river-201511178393.jpg

NARRATIVE NONFICTION

"A High Low Tide: The Revival of a Southern Oyster" is his first book, published by the University of Georgia Press in 2018.

André's writing has been featured in the Oxford American, Garden & Gun, Gravy (the journal of the Southern Foodways Alliance), the Bitter Southerner, Southern Cultures, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Modern Farmer, Atlanta, and Civil Eats.

Read more →

andre gallant on the half moon river-201511178688.jpg

CLASSES & WORKSHOPS

André teaches small workshops in Athens, Georgia that focus on the craft of writing and producing nonfiction essays and memoir. Workshops build natural storytelling abilities with the goal of finding an audience and publication for your voice.

Learn more ➝

André is available for writing and photography assignments, editorial or commercial. 

He is available for teaching, speaking, and other public engagements. 

Start the conversation with an email. 

andrejgallant at gmail dot com

 

GallantHS5818.jpg