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Published on Aug 15, 2012
Author Kergan Edwards-Stout shares his experience being bullied and what happened to his one-time tormentor. Kergan Edwards-Stout is an award-winning director and author, whose debut novel, Songs for the New Depression, won the 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Award in the LGBT category, and was shortlisted in the same for the Independent Literary Awards. His work has appeared in a number of publications, including Huffington Post, Bilerico Project, LGBTQ Nation, American Short Fiction and the health magazine SexVibe. He has been honored by the Human Rights Campaign as a "2011 Father of the Year", and blogs regularly at http://kerganedwards-stout.com. Currently, he is at work on a collection of short stories, Gifts Not Yet Given, and a memoir, Never Turn Your Back On the Tide.