novelist, science writer, editor
Voices from Home
IN THE PRESS
Voices from Home is absolutely wonderful, and Neil Caudle is absolutely amazing.
Voices from Home is an accomplished first novel, full of compassion and wit and marvelous language, flawed perhaps only by its author’s abundant ability.
In Voices from Home, Caudle has written a gripping and beautiful first novel.
LOS ANGELES TIMES
ALICE MCDERMOT, NEW YORK TIMES
JANICE GREENE, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
Neil Caudle is a writer, editor, and graphic designer who served as associate vice chancellor for research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is the author of Voices from Home, a novel (Putnam), and he taught fiction writing at North Carolina State University for five years. He’s the founding editor of Glimpse, Clemson University’s research magazine, and he’s a past president of the University Research Magazine Association. For 15 years he edited Endeavors, UNC’s award-winning research magazine. Having enjoyed enough in higher education, he's now writing fiction again.
NONFICTION and EDITORIAL WORK
Science writing for university research magazines is a fine gig for an ideas junkie.
A Parent's Guide to Pitching, coauthored with pitcher Brad Woodall, is a handbook for teaching a safer way to pitch.
A visual writer keen on the fusion of image and word can't resist illustration and graphic design.
After editing four magazines, at three universities, my heart is with the story, not the spin.
NEWS and EVENTS
Dale Keiger of UMagazinology features my blog and spreads the insurgence.
Check out my story about the Lost Colony in The Daily Beast.