Displaced from and generally lost outside of his native rural southeastern Oklahoma, Clint nonetheless completed an MA in English from the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, worked in federal government contracting for a decade and now stumbles his way around Dallas, TX helping clients design and build custom outdoor living spaces. He owns a design-build residential contracting company, a business development consulting company for federal, state and local contractors, and writes creative fiction and non-fiction. When he’s not working, he's hunting and fishing and traveling. He recently finished a collection of short stories and is at work on his first novel about coyote hunting in Kansas. He lives in Dallas, TX with his wife Alia, new son Rex, and bobtail cat, Cazador.
Travel for Good
Re-imagining Travel: The UFC’s Justin Wren, Saving Lives and Fighting for the Pygmies Deep in the Congolese Jungle
By Clint Stewart and Vivian Farmer Imagine you’re a healthy male athlete in your early 20’s, at the peak of your physical capabilities. You’re a professional mixed martial artist, and you’ve fought in the UFC on...