Rich Barnett was born in Miami and raised in the Blue Ridge Mountains.  He shuttles between his work for an environmental think tank in Washington, DC, and his home in Rehoboth Beach.

He writes the popular “Camp Stories” column in the magazine Letters from CAMP Rehoboth and blogs about Rehoboth at his personal website The Go Cup.  His short story “Crimes Against Nature” appeared in No Place Like Here: An Anthology of Southern Delaware Poetry and Prose, and won first place in the 2011 Delaware Press Association Communications Contest.

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You can connect with him on Facebook.

Check out this Rehoboth Beach Writer’s Guild Q&A for a bit more insights into Rich and his writing.

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