Harrison Scott Key is the author of the memoir The World's Largest Man (HarperCollins), out in 2015. His humor and nonfiction are featured in the new anthologies Best American Travel Writing (2014) and True Stories, Well Told: From the First 20 Years of Creative Nonfiction Magazine (2014) and has also been recognized by Best American Essays (2013). He writes an occasional column for Oxford American, and his work has also appeared in Creative Nonfiction, The Pinch, City Journal, Reader's Digest, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Swink, and elsewhere. His work has been adapted for the stage and performed by Chicago's Neo-Futurists in their show Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind and by Stories on Stage in Denver, Colorado, and his plays and monologues
have been performed at theaters across the South and in New York. Harrison has spoken at a number of writing conferences around the U.S., and lives in Savannah, Georgia, where he teaches English and writing at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) and serves as chair of the SCAD liberal arts department. Harrison's award-winning speeches have been delivered by executives in the U.S., Europe, and Asia and published in These Vital Speeches, and his ghostwriting has appeared in Fast Company, Huffington Post, and elsewhere. The tragic peregrinations of his journalism have been noted by Slate.com, Yahoo!, and at one especially high point, Wikipedia. He regularly takes on new projects and assignments and can be reached by email and on Twitter (@HarrisonKey).