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|Adam Forrest McCune|
July 18, 1985 |
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Adam Forrest McCune is a novelist.
In the year 2000, when McCune was fourteen, his father showed him a three-page short story based on the legend of the Pied Piper of Hamelin, and asked McCune to help him develop it. That short story became the 250-page novel, The Rats of Hamelin, which was published by Moody Publishers just before McCune's senior year at Wheaton College. McCune has received degrees in English from Wheaton College, Illinois (BA, 2006), the University of Virginia (MA, 2011), and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (PhD, 2016). He teaches British literature and composition at Baylor University.
- The Rats of Hamelin (Moody Publishers, 2005) co-authored with his father, Keith McCune
- "AIDS & the Church: An Opportunity to Show God's Love" (TEAM Horizons Vol. 2, Iss. 2, 2007)
- Moody Publishers. "Adam & Keith McCune." 2005. (web page)
- Adam McCune & Keith McCune, The Rats of Hamelin. Chicago: Moody Publishers, 2005.
- " Most folks think that fairy tales are just for kids," Pittsburgh Post - Gazette. 1 November 2005.
- YOUNG WRITER PUTS TWIST ON OLD STORY; 'Rats of Hamelin', The Post - Tribune, (Gary, Indiana,)] 3 October 2006.
- Poetic duo look beyond tale in The Rats of Hamelin (Beacon Edition,) Ebert, Lisa Virginian - Pilot (Norfolk, Va,) 9 October 2005,
- Wheaton College. The Tower. 2006. (college yearbook)
- UNC Chapel Hill commencement program, May 2016.
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