- Teacher English Rusk (Texas) High School, 1960-1965, R.L. Turner High School, Carrollton, Texas, 1965-1968. From instructor to assistant professor Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, 1968-1971, from associate professor to professor, head department English, 1974-1980, dean College Arts and Sciences, from 1980, director National Resources Institute, 1989-1992. Part-time instructor Texas Technology University, Lubbock, 1971-1973.
- Benjamin Capps and the South Plains: A Literary Relationship (Texas Writers Series)
- Benjamin Capps has been called the Texas author whose work will be read 100 years from now, but Clayton notes that Caps has not been the frequent subject of nationally disseminated critical interpretation, perhaps because he is an anomaly—a writer of serious, literary fiction set in the West.
- Historic Ranches of Texas
- "The concept for this book was to choose typical, important ranches which for one reason or another had an impact on Texas and the West.
- Watkins Reynolds Matthews: A biography
- Hardcover; Fine; Signed by Author; No Dust Jacket; 123 pp.
- Pharmacology Success: A Q&A Review Applying Critical Thinking to Test Taking ( Second Edition ) (Davis's Q&a Success)
- TWO BOOKS IN ONE! Course review now.
President Taylor County History Commission, Abilene, 1988. 1st lieutenant United States National Guard, 1956-1967. Member Texas Folklore Society (president 1982), Western Literature Association (president 1990), West Texas History Association (president 1993), Southwestern American Literature Association, American Culture Association (vice president 1994), Texas Association Deans Liberal Arts and Sciences (board directors since 1996), Texas Cowboy Poets Association (board directors).
Born April 21, 1938
1960 - 1965
1965 - 1968
1968 - 1971
1989 - 1992
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