Lawrence F. Lihosit is an American urban planner and writer. His work as an urban planner has concentrated on site planning and infrastructure in Alaska, Arizona, California, Mexico and Honduras. His literary work is eclectic including ten books, seven pamphlets and numerous articles in both professional and popular magazines. His books include poetry, short stories, travel essays, travelogues, memoirs, history and a how-to. Several of his books are about or inspired by his Peace Corps service in Honduras and have been praised by writers such as novelists Tony D’Souza, and John Coyne, historians Stanley Meisler and P. David Searles and poet Rich Yurman. Beginning in 2008, he championed the establishment of a permanent Peace Corps Experience collection at the Library of Congress. A luncheon to celebrate its creation was held in the Library of Congress Members Room on September 22, 2011.
Kurt Vonnegut, Richard Brautigan, Henry Miller, Jack Kerouac
Peace Corps Experience: Write & Publish Your Memoir
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