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Catalog of Authors

DL Tolleson

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. He was a one-time Fine Arts Consultant/ Instructor under a state grant program to ARC of Texas. He taught Creative Photography...

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Stuart F. Tower

Like real world adventurers, the resourceful Stuart Tower went straight out of high school and into the Army during historic times—specifically, 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 in Educational Psychology. He also garnered a Masters in Education...

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Neil Howard

Neil Howard was born in Bangor, Maine. After joining the Army and completing Officer Candidate School at Ft. Benning, Georgia, he was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant. Howard received a Bronze Star Medal for meritorious service in combat during his tour of duty in Vietnam...

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Jason Paul

Double majoring with a Bachelor of Arts in History and English, Jason Paul was educated in the humanities. Reared just outside of Boston Massachusetts, he joined the U.S. Air Force. After his military service in Mobile, Alabama, he embarked upon a lifelong career in mechanical engineering. Pursing his career...

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Deanne Devine

In her mid-twenties 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...

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