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My work has appeared in The Packinghouse Review (2010, CNF), The Santa Barbara Independent (2010, political/sports journalism), upstreet (2007, travel memoir), City Works (2007, short story), Yellow Bricks and Ruby Slippers (2001, eclectic short fiction), SeaSpray Magazine (1997, sports), and Voices of Survival (Capra Press, 1982; anti-nuke anthology). I also have published several papers in healthcare professional journals.
Previous awards: New Millennium Writings Nonfiction contest (2009; travel memoir), Margaret Reid Poetry Contest (2009; three poems), and Tom Howard Poetry Contest (2007; one poem).
I have traveled around the world six or seven times, and have spent nearly twenty years living, working, teaching, and exploring abroad by foot, bicycle, motorcycle, kayak, plane, train, tramp steamer, helicopter, and dugout canoe, including twelve years living in New Zealand.
Winning Entry: My Sweater
Contest Won: Tom Howard/John H. Reid Poetry Contest 2007, Finalist
Winning Entry: The Train to Harare
Contest Won: Tom Howard/John H. Reid Short Story Contest 2010, Most Highly Commended