Hester L. Furey is a literary historian who teaches college-level English. She has worked for the Art Institute of Atlanta for 13 years and has also taught at Agnes Scott College and in the Decatur City Schools. She is the editor of Dictionary of Literary Biography 345: American Radical and Reform Writers, Second Series. Furey is one of the foremost authorities in the United States on American radicals of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, particularly anarchists, feminists, and free-thinkers. She has written numerous reference book entries and journal articles on figures such as Arturo Giovannitti, the Industrial Workers of the World, Mary E. Marcy, Harriet Monroe, Scott Nearing, and Cora Richmond.
- The Night Mama Outran Fatboy’s Cadillac by Hester L. Furey