Errol Ray Anderson

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Errol Ray Anderson is a writer and organizer from Atlanta, GA. He is the executive director of Charis Circle, the non-profit programming arm of Charis Books and More, the South’s oldest independent feminist bookstore, and has been a bookseller since he was fifteen. He was a 2009 Hambidge Artists’ Fellow, a 2011 Lambda Literary Emerging LGBTQ Author Fellow, and was the winner of the 2013 Human Rights Campaign Leon Allen and Winston Johnson Community Leadership Award. And Let God Sort Them Out is his first novel. You can find him @erandersonatl on Instagram and Facebook.

Photograph by Sierra King.


Cover Photo: This photograph shows the olympic rings decorated a bridge that runs over an Atlanta, GA street. In the distance, you can see downtown Atlanta.
Excerpt from ‘And Let God Sort Them Out’

This excerpt was written by Errol Ray Anderson in A. E. Osworth’s 12-Month Novel Generator.