Cameron Maynard is a writer and photographer whose work has appeared in Roads and Kingdoms, Huck Magazine, Atlas Obscura, Narratively, The West Texas Literary Review, and Glass Mountain, among others. Working through essays, documentary photography, and journalism, Cameron has covered the history of Bonnie and Clyde, election day of the 2018 Texas senate race, recovery efforts during Hurricane Harvey, and growing up in the estate sale industry. In July 2019, Cameron’s photography from the yearly Diamond Bessie play in the small town of Jefferson, Texas, was chosen as a finalist for the Slow Exposures exhibit featuring contemporary photography of the rural South.


In addition to his own work, Cameron serves as the nonfiction editor for Carve magazine, and he holds a faculty position at Richland College. In the past, Cameron has taught classes on American literature, creative nonfiction, introductory composition, and U.S. war narratives of the 20th century.

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Image by Maranie Rae