1. University of Virginia
  2. Arts & Sciences

C. Brian Kelly

Lecturer

102E Bryan Hall

Office Hours:

TR 11:00-1:00

Class Schedule:

TR 8:00-9:15, 9:30-10:45

Degrees

B.A. Yale, 1957

Specialties

19th C American, Newswriting

Books

Best Little Ironies, Oddities and Mysteries of the Civil War, Cumberland House/Sourcebooks, Naperville, Ill., 2014
Best Little Stories from World War I, Cumberland House/Sourcebooks, Naperville, Ill., 2014
Best Little Stories from the Civil War, Sourcebooks (Naperville, Ill.), 2010
Best Little Stories from the Blue and the Gray, Cumberland House Publishing, Nashville, TN, 2006
Best Little Stories from Virginia, Cumberland House, 2003
Best Little Stories from the Wild West, Cumberland House Publishing, Nashville, TN, 2002
Best Little Ironies, Oddities and Mysteries Of the Civil War, Cumberland House Publishing, Nashville, TN, 2000
Best Little Stories From the White House, Montpelier Publishing, 1999
Best Little Stories From the American Revolution, Cumberland House Publishing, Nashville, TN, 1999
Best Little Stories From World War II, Montpelier Publishing, 1989

Other Publications

  • Founding editor and former columnist, Military History magazine.
  • Founding editor, World War II magazine.
  • Prize-winning reporter for The Washington Star and Richmond News-Leader.
  • Short fiction published in Yankee, Rod Serling's Twilight Zone, Cats magazines.
  • Non-fiction published in Reader's Digest, Friends, KLM in-flight magazine, Sports History and Biblical History magazines, The National Observer, other newspapers and historical magazines.

Honors

  • Vice-President, Charlottesville, Va., branch, English-Speaking Union of the United States.
  • Communicator of the Year, National Wildlife Federation, 1976.
  • $13,000 fellowship awarded by the American Political Science Association (APSA), 1971
  • Citation for public affairs reporting, APSA, 1970
  • First Prize, local reporting from Baltimore-Washington Newspaper Guild, 1965
  • Honorable mention, local column writing, Virginia Press Association, 1960