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Barry Webb Author- Non-fiction Essay on the Fall of Babylon

4,000 Word Non-fiction Essay on the Fall of Babylon

by Barry Webb

Barry Webb has sold a 4,000-word non-fiction essay on the Fall of Babylon for the June 1, 2012 issue of the Netherlands-based ANCIENT WARFARE MAGAZINE. http://www.ancient-warfare.com/cms/ancient-warfare/guidelines/editorial-plan.html

Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 41. No. 4 August/September 2012

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Lawrence W. Cheek- Author’s essay “Preoccupations Finding an Answer to Rough Seas appeared in the January 10, 2010 “The New York Times”

      “Preoccupations Finding an Answer to Rough Seas”

      An essay by Lawrence W. Cheek

      The essay appeared in the January 10, 2010 The New York Times.  Anyone interested in excellent writing, boat building, and lessons of perseverance will find this essay stimulating. 

      On line at http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/10/jobs/10pre.html 

      Lawrence W. Cheek is a writer living on Whidbey Island, Wash. E-mail: preoccupations@nytimes.com 

His latest book, THE YEAR OF THE BOAT, chronicles lessons he learned building a boat.

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Allan Meyer Author- “Egocentric and Clubby,” an essay published in The Oracle

      November 2009 

      The Oracle   The Award-Winning Voice of the High Desert   Oracle, Arizona 85623

      Under a byline “Just a Thought,” the newspaper The Oracle published Allan Meyer’s essay “Egocentric and Clubby.”  The essay initially appeared in Meyer’s book RIGHT AND WRONG- USEFUL FICTION.  He lives in Oro ValleyArizona and can be reached at ameyer32@aol.com

      “Modern science reads like the planet’s family album.  It shows the remarkable kinship between us and those cousins we have always tried to disown.  Maybe we should call science The New Providence.”

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Ashleen O-Gaea- “Not on the Syllabus,” an essay

      Ashleen O-Gaea’s essay, “Not on the Syllabus,” is among the contributions to OUT OF THE BROOM CLOSET, due from Adams Media in late September of 2009.  Ashleen’s is on of several stories about discovering one’s Paganism, first encounters with deities, and coming “out of the broom closet” to firneds and family. 

      Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the Newsletter of the Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 38.  No. 4  August/Sept. 2009

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