In June 2011 the Author's Guild re-released "A Place Beyond Man" as a Backinprint.com Edition. It is a literary scifi novel originally published in 1975-77 by Charles Scribner's Sons, Dell, and Millington London. I have also written book reviews for the Christian Science Monitor, technical papers, newspaper articles, essays, two musicals based on my novels(produced in 2007 and coming in April 2012), workshops and courses in sustainability and complexity at the University of New Mexico-Los Alamos.
Out of a Silent Planet, Tolkein-The Hobbit, Anne McCaffrey-Dragonquest, the Oz books, Lewis Carroll, recently naturalist Colin Tudge, How Nature Works-Per Bak, The Gardens of Democracy-Liu and Hanauer. For the Common Good--Daly and Cobb, Thinking in Systems-Meadows, Anasazi America-Stuart
The Webs of Varok, sequel to A Place Beyond Man and second in the series The Archives of Varok, will be launched December 4, 2012 by Penscript Publishing House. The Webs of Varok is set in an alternate 21st century--where realistic solutions offer a promising future--where human assumptions are challenged by aliens too close and too similar to ignore--where Earth's species, driven by sexuality, are trumped by alien drives even stronger.
Charles Scribner's Sons, Dell, Millinton London 1975, Authors Guild Backinprint.com Edition-A Place Beyond Man
Penscript Publishing House-The Webs of Varok 2012
Domestic birds, dogs, aquarium. string bass player with all kinds of musical groups,tennis 2 or 3 times/week, acrylic painting student of Jerry Yarnell, xeriscape gardening, reading primarily nonfiction and upbeat stories with flavorful, unselfconscious diction.
CASSE (steadystate.org), NRDC, local Wildlife Center, Population Connection,WWF
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