Todd Glasscock is a short story writer, journalist, editor and aspiring novelist. Born in Marlin, Texas, in 1968, he grew up in Little River-Academy and Temple.
He was the editor at TSTC Publishing, the custom textbook publishing arm of Texas State Technical College Waco. Before serving as editor at TSTC he was the Lifestyles and Religion editor for the Temple Daily Telegram, where he wrote, edited, and did page layout. He also works as a freelance writer and has published in The City Review (Waco), Waco Today magazine, the Round Rock Leader, the Austin American-Statesman, and Book Page. Other publication credits include Helen Ginger’s Doing It Write online newsletter and Blogcritics.org. In addition, he maintains the blog Exile on Ninth Street. His first short story publications were online at Pindeldyboz.com. In 2000 his criticism received honorable mention in the Associated Press Managing Editors Awards. He also likes to speak about writing and has taught writing at McLennan Community College in Waco. Currently, he is making a foray into science fiction.
A 1996 graduate of Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos with a master’s degree in English, Glasscock lives in Fort Worth, Texas.