This work offers a critical analysis of the varied literary output of novels, short stories, screenplays, articles and essays of the American writer Terry Southern. Exploring Southern's work up to his meeting with film director Stanley Kubrick and entry into the film world in 1964, his writings are examined in chronological order of composition and publication. Southern's rare, unpublished early work from his private archives is also cataloged.
David Tully has a background in higher education, film, television, radio, advertising and narration. A prolific writer, he is currently working on an original television series as well as theatrical and made-for-television movies. He lives in High Falls, New York.