Life in Hypertext
About the Author, Nowick
in Baltimore, Maryland in 1950, I lived also near New York, Atlanta
and Chicago while growing up. After attending Dartmouth
College, I continued my travels throughout the western states and Canada.
Currently I live in Victoria, BC, between
my formal education with an M.A. and teacher training in British Columbia,
and taught in Inuit villages in northern
Quebec for three years. In 1980 I settled in a small mountain community
in B.C., where I established a homestead, built a house and started
a family of my own.
worked also as a carpenter, treeplanter
trainer, I've continued a lifelong devotion to writing. My
essays, fiction and poetry have appeared in periodicals and anthologies
as diverse as The San Francisco Chronicle, Friends Journal,
NeWest Review, and Skills for Simple Living. I have self-published
a group study guide, Active Nonviolence, and a book of collected
rhythms for hand drum and percussion, Roots
Jam. Since 1996 I have written and edited the eclectic Cougar
Culture Magazine, while also contributing to a number of other online
In September of 2013 I published my first book of fiction, Rendezvous, an adventure novella released by World Castle. I also launched an author website and Facebook page.
In leisure time I most enjoy reading,
walking and swimming, and playing African drums.
In random moments I may be inspired to snap the odd photo.
Victoria, BC, Canada
help in publishing or improving your writing
Stories - in rough
The Baby Boom
The Boys in the Park
Trumped in Peckerdom
Of Ducks, Trucks and Bucks
Stephen King through Rose-colored
The Meaning of Life
- a novel of the baby boom
and Introductions . . . without end
Visit author website: nowickgray.com
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