His numerous books of poetry and prose include Jack Ruby and the
Origins of the Avant-Garde in Dallas, Cicada, Cam I Sole, Famous
Men, Epics, No Evidence, Birds: An Almanac, A Book Of Diseases, The
Quiet Man Stories, and Queen City of the Plains, and his
work appeared in over 200 magazines, including Southwest Review,
Exquisite Corpse, Another Chicago Magazine, The Texas Observer,
Texas Jazz and Bob was a regular contributor to DallasArtsRevue (when
it was published on paper).
Bob spoke his mind whatever the situation and cut a wide and irreverent
swath wherever he went. As director of WordSpace, and as founder and
operator of the Barnburner Press, he supported and encouraged countless
writers, singers and artists throughout Texas and beyond, and he inspired
many with his example of living and writing on his own terms.
He is survived by his wife Adrienne Cox
Trammell; son Clinton Hot Horse Trammell; sister and brother-in-law Billye
Sue and Wade Byrum, and numerous nieces and nephews.
A memorial will be held at 4 pm Tuesday,
June 20 at Winfrey Point at White Rock Lake in
Dallas, with a reception to follow. Map.
Memorials may be made to Wordspace at: Treasurer, Wordspace, 926
Valencia Street, Dallas, Texas, 75223-1329. Email: email@example.com web: wordspacetexas.org.