- Here I Am: The Story of Tim Hetherington, War Photographer (2013)
- We’re with Nobody: Two Insiders Reveal the Dark Side of American Politics (co-authored with Michael Rejebian) (2012)
- Sultana: Surviving the Civil War, Prison, and The Worst Maritime Disaster in American History (2009)
- Mississippi in Africa: The Saga of the Slaves of Prospect Hill Plantation and Their Legacy in Liberia Today (2004)
- Ten Point: Deer Camp in the Mississippi Delta (1997)
Alan Huffman was born in Bolton, Mississippi, and currently divides his time between Bolton and Brooklyn, New York. He is the author of five non-fiction books.
Ten Point: Deer Camp in the Mississippi Delta, Huffman’s first book, is a photo essay book that includes his grandmother’s photographs and reveals the the final days of the wilderness of the Mississippi Delta. His 2004 nonfiction book Mississippi in Africa, is the story of the state of Mississippi and a freed-slave colony on the west coast of Africa with the same name.
Sultana: Surviving the Civil War, Prison, and The Worst Maritime Disaster in American History, published in 2010, chronicles the lives of three young soldiers around the American Civil War. We’re with Nobody: Two Insiders Reveal the Dark Side of American Politics, was written in partnership with Michael Rejebian, and focuses on Huffman’s and Rejebian’s eighteen years as opposition researchers as they traveled the United States to get the scoop on national, state, and local politicians and public servants.
Here I Am: The Story of Tim Hetherington, War Photographer, published in 2013, tells the story of Tim Hetherington, who worked in many conflict zones on the African continent and south-central Asia. Hetherington was killed in Libya photographing Libya’s revolution in 2011.
Huffman has contributed to The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Oxford American, and other newspapers and magazines. He has appeared on numerous television and radio shows.
- Alan Huffman’s website
- Alan Huffman talks politics with students (2012), Belhaven University
- Interview with Alan Huffman on Mississippi in Africa, NPR
- Alan Huffman’s Facebook page