MV Montgomery 2019

Michael Vincent Montgomery is a screenwriter, author, and professor in the Atlanta area.  His books of poetry include Joshu Holds a Press Conference (2010) and What We Did with Old Moons (2012).  Among his experimental fiction collections are Speculations (2015) and Curious Fables (2017), and his scripts have received honors at film festivals in twenty-five countries.

“M. V. Montgomery is a twenty-first century Borges — a comparison I don’t make lightly. His vivid images and open, powerful language will follow you off the page.”                                                     — Mirror Dance                                 



The Rescuing Angel (2020)

Sint Holo (2019)

Punker and Prophet (2018)

Secondhand Saints (2017)

Ginny Has a Grunge Band (2016)

Lexington Blue (2016)

Neema and Sid Remember to Be Awesome (2016)

Neema and Sid Go Totally Off Grid (2015)

The Invisible Kingdom (2015)

All Living Things (2015)

The Chaos Makers (2015)



The Regrettable Demise of Mr. Greenscreen (2019)

The Man Who Cried at the World (2018)

Don-John’s Disappointed Mam (2018)

Selah Selam (2017)

Master Moon (2016)



The Emergence (2019)

The Cosmos Club (2016)



Don-John’s Disappointed Mam (2018)



Heroes for Dark Days to Come (screenplays, 2021)

Neema and Sid (teleplays, 2019)

The Chaos Makers (screenplays, 2018)

Speculations (fiction, 2015)

A Dictionary of Animal Symbols (poetry, 2014)

Beyond the Pale (fiction, 2013)

What We Did with Old Moons (poetry, 2012)

Antigravitas (flash fiction, 2011)

Dream Koans (flash fiction, 2011)

Strange Conveyances (poetry, 2010)

Joshu Holds a Press Conference (poetry, 2010)

Carnivals and Commonplaces (film studies, 1994)



Cosmological Sonnets and Lectures (poetry, 2021)

Curious Fables (flash fiction, 2017)

Animal Myths (poetry, 2014)

Trouble in Paradise Valley (fiction, 2014)

The Double Dare Devil (fiction, 2014)

Mark Twain in Outer Space (fiction, 2014)

Night-Crawl (fiction, 2013)

The Island of Charles Foster Kane (mixed genre, 2013)

Circle, Triangle, Square (flash fiction, 2011)







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