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Jason Wallace (American author)

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Jason Wallace (b. Jan. 19, 1982) is an American Indie author and publisher, not to be confused with the author of the same name from London, U.K.  He is a winner of the Bolivar/Gandhi/Seijong Writing Award.

Early Life and Education

Wallace was born Jan. 19, 1982 in Terre Haute, Indiana to Darrell D. Wallace and Jacqueline D. (Creed) Wallace. He grew up in the neighboring town of Marshall, Illinois. Wallace is of largely German ancestry, with English and smaller amounts of Scottish, Irish, French, and, possibly, Cherokee ancestry. An oral tradition in Wallace's maternal family is that some of his ancestors were Cherokee that were removed from the Southeastern United States to what is now Oklahoma.

Wallace attended Marshall, IL High School, where he was an ISAC scholar. He turned down scholarship offers to numerous universities, attending Indiana State University but dropping out in 2001, after 1 year. Wallace later finished his Bachelor's degree at Eastern Illinois University and earned a Master's degree in American and European history in 2013.

Wallace's 2014 book, Under the Cypress Moon, sold nearly 10,000 copies in its first 2 months of publication, at one time, holding the rank of the 7,295th highest selling book on Amazon. This is considerable for an Indie author (no representation or publisher; Wallace has self published all of his works).


Bolivar/Gandhi/Seijong Writing Award

Lifetime Membership in the National Scholars Honor Society

Books Written

Shattered: on the Edge of Insanity

The Blade of Anslor

The Legend of Arthur Tanner and Johnny Red

Under the Cypress Moon

The Ring

The Swamp Fox and His Ragtag Militia

God's Earth: The Life of John Stuart Tapscott in the Great American West

Lamashtu: the Blooding

The Revenants

The Hatchet Man

The Hammer of Witches

Dreams Never Come True: Poems from the Underground


Marshall Advocate, Marshall, IL, Dec., 1999

Dreams, Nightmares, Fantasies, Visions online book event (2014)

Kane, Jennifer. Interview for, June, 2015.

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