Gerald L. Coleman is a philosopher, theologian, poet and author residing in Atlanta. Born in Lexington, he did his undergraduate work in philosophy and english at the University of Kentucky. He followed that by completing a degree in religious studies and concluding with a master's degree in theology at Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville.
His most recent work appears in, Pluck! The Journal of Affrilachian Arts & Culture, Drawn To Marvel: Poems From The Comic Books, Pine Mountain Sand & Gravel Vol. 18, Black Bone Anthology, the 10th Anniversary Issue of Diode Poetry Journal, and About Place Journal. He is a speculative fiction author with short stories published in the science fiction/cyberfunk anthology, The City, the Rococoa Anthology by Roaring Lion, and the upcoming Dark Universe: Interregnum. He is the author of the epic fantasy novel saga The Three Gifts, which currently includes, When Night Falls (Book One) and A Plague of Shadows (Book Two).
He has appeared on panels at DragonCon, SOBSFCon, Atlanta Science Fiction & Fantasy Expo, the Outer Dark Symposium, and has been a Guest Author and panelist at JordonCon and Imaginarium Con. He is a co-founder of the Affrilachian Poets and has recently released three collections of poetry entitled the road is long, falling to earth and microphone check. You can find him at geraldlcoleman.co.