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Many essays are archived on ParadigmSalon.net, GardenHealingChurch.org, and HomeAndGardenInspiration.net.

Highlights:

2012, 2013 or Year One Almanac, Datebook & Journal.

2009, “Re-Making Our Economy – Our Way”Solar Inspiration“; and an article inspired by Peter Tompkins #1 Best-Seller) The Secret Life of Nature“Paracelsus, Rudolph Stiener, and Aliens.”

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2008, RattleSnake Fire: a memoir of extra-dimensional experience, called “a tour de force… a monumental accomplishment… not only a work of great literature, but an important historical document… not to be missed!”

2007, “Overview of an Ignored Reality,” summarizing Pulitzer Prize winner Dr. John Mack’s #1 Best Selling Abductions:  Human Encounters with Aliens.

2003, Born on the 7th of July:  A Citizen’s Scrapbook Story2004 Almanac/Datebook/Journal for Southern Arizona,

2002, the 2003 Almanac/Datebook/Journal for Southern Arizona, a moon-week calendar for gardening and local native food harvesting, called “wonderful,” “superb! …unique, delightful, entertaining, instructive, and handsome.”

2000, The Roadgrader.”

1994, Tree Hugger” and “Don’t Shoot the Drummer: an Interview with Darryl Cherney,” published by Canadian Dimension.

1993, awarded second-place “Martindale Award,” for a short story titled “Bandylegs’ Wife Plays the Pennywhistle.”

1992, “Backlash ‘Deadly Serious” in the Tucson Citizen, about the FBI harassment of activists in Tucson defending Mount Graham.

1989, “Death by Mountain Lion,” in Earth First! Journal, also syndicated on Pacifica Radio‘s Earth on the Air, later republished as chapbook, “Last Vision Quest.”

1989 – 1991, launched and co-edited the international trade magazine Permaculture Drylands Journal, partially archived online today.

1989-1991, Our Health Clinics quarterly newsletter for United Community Health Clinics, found to have exceptional readership of over 90%.

1993, First Place in the United Press International Arizona-Utah chapter for “Best Radio Feature,” plus two other local news awards.

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