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Mobile, AL 36609
In her mid-20s Deanne Devine pursued
her childhood desire to write and published short
stories in small press magazines such as About
Such Things, Dogwood Tales, Taler's
Tales, Armchair Aesthete and
others. She also garnered the Miami University's
1998 Greer-Hepburn Prize for Poetry. Graduating
from Northern Kentucky University with a degree
in Psychology and a minor in Anthropology... READ MORE.
Upon returning from Vietnam Neil
Howard earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from
the University of New Hampshire. After earning
his Master of Fine Arts degree from Smith
College, he joined the faculty of Mary Washington
College as an Instructor in Dramatic Arts. The
next year he founded the Fredericksburg Summer
Theatre and served as its Producing Director for
four years... READ MORE.
Receiving one of the Texas
Intercollegiate Press Association's highest
awards for Journalistic Excellence, DL Tolleson
also garnered awards for Feature Writing and News
Photography from the Texas Community College
Press Association. A one-time Fine Arts
Consultant/Instructor under a state grant
program... READ MORE.
Even causal readers of Western
fiction and history often ponder the credentials
of authors painting such vivid portraits of a
time that we now can only immortalize in the
pages of Western literature. Born and reared on a
New Mexico ranching and dairy farm, the death of
his father forced Paul Thompson to quit school
three months shy of finishing the eighth grade.
His mother sold the homestead down to the wood
flooring, and at 13 years of age Paul Thompson
left to find work in Texas. He found that work on
a ranch.... READ MORE.
Like real world adventurers, the
resourceful Stuart Tower went straight out of
high school and into the Army during historic
timesspecfically, during the U.S.
Occupation of Japan. He returned to academics and
graduated from Emerson College, cum laude, in
History/Social Science with a minor... READ MORE.