Paul Guernsey's third and most recent novel is "American Ghost," which was published in August 2017. From his farmhouse in rural Maine, Paul edits and publishes The Ghost Story: Ghost Stories in Literature, Folklore, and Contemporary Culture, and administers a pair of international short story contests: The Ghost Story Supernatural Fiction Award (biannual) and The Screw Turn Flash Fiction Competition. In addition to his novels—which include "Unhallowed Ground," runner-up for a PEN/Nelson Algren Fiction Award, and "Angel Falls"—he has written extensively on the outdoors, especially on the sport of fly-fishing. His nonfiction book on fly-fishing, "Beyond Catch & Release: Exploring the Future of Fly Fishing," was published in 2011. Guernsey also has held just about every kind of journalism job imaginable, including newspaper reporter, magazine editor, travel journalist, and foreign correspondent. He currently teaches writing at Unity College: “America’s Environmental College,” in Unity, Maine. He is a graduate of The University of Arizona, and holds an MFA in writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts.