Marshall "M.B." McCart is a jack-of-all-trades, amateur philosopher & theologian, and a semi-professional ant-hill kicker that resides deep in the heart of the Georgia Piedmont. A man perhaps of some talents, McCart claims mastery of none. At his core, he seeks to explain the peculiar essence of "The Esoteric South" while maybe sometimes thinking about the meaning of life.
In his spare time, McCart is the Editor-in-Chief of The Piedmont Chronicles, dabbles in Real Estate & Real Estate Instruction, plays Americana music & is a business manager & independent contractor.
A proud father & husband, he likes to cook & is an enthusiast of UGA athletics, Led Zeppelin & Hunter S. Thompson.
*originally published at The Piedmont Chronicles in 2013 T his is a blog post I've wanted to do for sometime. Some of my readers in t...
*originally appeared in The Covington News in May of 2017 A s a young boy I fondly remember my Grandmother talking oftentimes about what...
“ A History of Georgia Railroads ” - by Robert C. Jones - a book review by Marshall McCart * originally appeared in The Covington News, Ju...