June 16, 2023

It gives us great pleasure to present Season 8, Episode 26: Jeffrey Dale Lofton

Jeffrey Dale Lofton joins Vance for a WRitten On The Edge Pride Short. We talk about the inspiration for Jeffrey’s debut novel Red Clay Suzie, and then dive into some of the events that inspired the fictional memoir and close with a message that help is available if you need it.

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JEFFREY DALE LOFTON hails from Warm Springs, Georgia, best known as the home of Roosevelt’s Little White House. He calls the nation’s capital home now and has for over three decades. During those early years he spent many a night trodding the boards of the DC’s theaters and performing arts centers, including the Kennedy Center, Studio Theatre, Woolly Mammoth, and Signature Theatre. He even scored a few television screen appearances, including a residuals-rich Super Bowl halftime commercial, which his accountant quipped “is the finest work of your career.” His years telling the stories of playwrights and scriptwriters taught him the pull of a powerful story arc, and the splendor of language well used. Today, he is a senior advisor at the Library of Congress, surrounded by books and people who love books—in short, paradise.

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