08/07/2020

CREDENTIALS & CREDITS 2020

NEW POETRY VOLUME–OYO, The Beautiful River: an environmental narrative forthcoming from Shanti Arts Publishing, publisher@ShantiArts.com, October 2020.

Mark B. Hamilton

markhamilton98643@yahoo.com

MFA, Creative Writing/Poetry with extensive work in American Studies, University of Montana (1989)

MA, AB, English & Comparative Literature with an emphasis in Creative Writing, French Language/Translation, San Diego State University

ACADEMIC POSITIONS: 1990-2010

Graduate Faculty, Assistant Professor, and Instructor: Creative Writing, Composition, Literature, and Professional Editing, Ball State University.

Honorary Visiting Research Faculty: Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1803-1806, Dept. of History, Portland State University.

Contract Faculty: Composition: Remedial to the Researched Argument, and Theme Literature, Missouri Western State University.

Contract Faculty: Business Writing, and Rhetoric of the Workplace, Vatterott College.

NON-ACADEMIC:

Caseworker: Children and Youth Services, Washington County, PA.

Journeyman Shipwright in Repair, Coronado Island, CA.

Payroll Clerk: Convair Aerospace, San Diego, CA.

US Navy

US Postal Service

AUTHORED, EDITED, AND PRESENTED WORKS:

Published Books:

“OYO, The Beautiful River: an environmental narrative.” Poetry volume. Shanti Arts, October 2020.

100 Miles of Heat. Poetry chapbook. Finishing Line Press, 2017.

Confronting the Basilisk.  Poetry volume. Ball State University Publications, 1993. Reprinted for online PODs at Amazon.com, 2015.   https://www.amazon.com/Confronting-Basilisk-Literature-Mark-Hamilton/dp/1508732116

Earth Songs.  Poetry chapbook. University of West Florida. 6th Annual National Chapbook Award, Panhandler Press. Judith Baumel, judge, 1993. Reprinted for online PODs at Amazon.com, 2015.   https://www.amazon.com/Earth-Songs-Literature-Panhandler-Chapbook/dp/1508700249

Forthcoming Works:

“When a River.” Poem TBP in Stand, UK, 18.3, Fall 2020:24.

“Raw Moonlight.” Poem TBP in Naugatuck River Review, Summer/Fall 2020.

“OYO: The Beautiful River.” Poetry volume, an environmental narrative in two parts. Brunswick, Maine. Shanti Arts, October 2020.

“A Levee Town” TBP in Cider Press Review, Summer/Fall 2020.

“The Work Songs of the Voyageurs.” Article TBP in History Magazine, Edward Zapletal, editor, Winter 2020.

“Eight Work Songs of the Voyageurs.” Canadian-French to English translation, edited 2018, Library of Congress, Folklife Archives.

“Last Night.” Poem TBP in Urthona Journal of Buddhism & the Arts, UK, Fall 2020.

Manuscripts Currently Under Review:

“Lake, River, Mountain.” Poetry volume.

“Autumn River, Winter Poems.” Poetry volume.

“A Big Dog Short Story.” Short-short story.

“A Mirror to the Moment: Personal Reflections on The Declaration of Independence.” Article and Op-Ed.

“The Earth Amendment, Let’s Talk About Our Lives.” Essay and Op-Ed.

Edited Works:

Groundwork: a natural incentive: Editor-in-Chief, Ball State University, a quarterly environmental mini-magazine. Founding Director and Faculty Advisor, Spr 1993–Sum 1997. Issues 1-18.

A Selection in the Evolution of 20th Century Thought and Expression: Surrealism to Magic Realism.  Survey in World Literature, Dept. of English, Ball State University. Hiatt: Muncie, 1996.

Words On Wilderness.  Managing/Contributing Editor, University of Montana. Tabloid, Special Issue Magazine, and a bimonthly Newsletter. Sum 1987-May 1989.

“The Masters’ Anthology: SDSU Poetry from 1963-1985.”  Editor-in-Chief.  San Diego State University, 1985. Unpublished.

Eye Prayers: Assistant Poetry Editor, San Diego, CA, an annual poetry journal. 1984.

Academic Articles:

“Introduction: ‘An Oral History of the Mammoth in North America.’” We Proceeded On. Vol. 42, No. 3, August 2016: 28.

“A Purely Literary Expedition: The Death of Sergeant Charles Floyd of the Lewis and Clark Expedition as Perceived by Captains Lewis and Clark.”  Illustrated by Sue Tine. The Heritage of the Great Plains: Bicentennial Edition, Emporium University, May 2004: 41-62.

“Northern Watersnakes: Nerodia sipedon sipedon, on the Lower Missouri River….” Bulletin of the Chicago Herpetological Society, Vol. 38, No. 11, November 2003: 220-221.

Individual Poems:

“Eglise d’Auvers.” The Ekphrastic Review, Online June 25, 2020.

“A Hawk and an Owl.” Umbrella Factory Magazine, online literary magazine, Issue 42, May 2020: 17.

“The Sacred.” Umbrella Factory Magazine, online literary magazine, Issue 42, May 2020: 16.

“Fallen Leaves.” Umbrella Factory Magazine, online literary magazine, Issue 42, May 2020: 16.

“All the shadow.” Chrysanthemum 27, online, with translation into German, April 16, 2020.

“Potatoes, Brandy and Porter.” Weber—The Contemporary West, Vol. 36, No. 2, Spring/Summer 2020: 139-140.

“Sick in Bright Light.” Weber—The Contemporary West, Vol. 36, No. 2, Spring/Summer 2020: 138-139.

“A Truth.” Weber—The Contemporary West, Vol. 36, No. 2, Spring/Summer 2020: 136-138.

“Chrome and Corners.” Weber—The Contemporary West, Vol. 36, No. 2, Spring/Summer 2020: 136.

“Through Time, the Joyous Ledges.” Weber—The Contemporary West, Vol. 36, No. 2, Spring/Summer 2020: 135.

“St. Louis of the After.” North Dakota Quarterly, Spring 2020: 140.

“Backbone.” North Dakota Quarterly, Spring 2020: 139.

“A Welcoming.” Third Wednesday: Annual Poetry Contest, Spring 2020: 30.

“Flotsam & History.” Plainsongs, Winter 2020: 24.

“Fallen Leaves.”  Bao Giay: Poetry Journal, translated into Vietnamese from English, No. 11, December 2019: 23.

“In Contrast.” THINK: A journal of poetry, fiction, and essays, Summer/Fall 2019, Volume 9.2: 20-21.

“Fort Defiance.” The Comstock Review, Spring/Summer, 2019: 40.

“Out City.” North of Oxford, on-line, 2019, 07-15.

“Down City.” North of Oxford, on-line, 2019, 07-15.

“In City.” North of Oxford, on-line, 2019, 07-15.

“Bitterroot Flowers.” Third Wednesday: A Literary & Arts Journal, Vol. XII, No. 3: 4-5.

“Buffalo in the Woods.” Plainsongs, Winter 2019: 78.

“Now & Then.” saltfront, Winter 2019: 21.

“And for all.” Frogpond: an international journal of haiku. 41.3, Autumn 2018.

“The American Dream, and a Man.” The Listening Eye, 2018: 15-16.

“A Fine Sleep.” Ship of Fools, Fall 2018, No. 78: 23.

“At Three Forks.” About Place Journal, Rewilding/Decolonizing Lifeways, Vol. V, Issue 1, May 2018.

“Meditation on Light,” Umbrella Factory Magazine, March 2018: 21.

“Lunch at Harrods.” Umbrella Factory Magazine, March 2018: 22.

“Hidden Voices.” Umbrella Factory Magazine, March 2018: 23.

“Whistle Creek.” Oxford Poetry XVII.ii, UK, Winter 2017-2018: 16.

“When I was a Child.” Plainsongs, Winter 2018: 58.

“A Simple Row Up the Valley.” The Listening Eye, 2016-2017: 28.

“A Silent Ocean.”  Ship of Fools, 2017. No. 77: 7.

“She Brushes Bright Air.” Ship of Fools, 2017. No. 77: 20.

“Now.” The Wayfarer, 5th Anniversary Collector’s Edition, August 2017: 47.

“Considering Flight.” Albatross, #27, December 2016: 16.

“One Heart Moving.” Slipstream, Issue 36, “Shadows & Light Theme,” 2016: 38.

“An Oral History of the Mammoth in North America.” We Proceeded On. Vol. 42, No. 3, August 2016: 29.

“Comfort.”  Ship of Fools, University of Rio Grande, OH. Spring 2016. No. 75: 39.

“An Island in History.” Ship of Fools. University of Rio Grande, OH. Fall 2015. No. 74: 29-31.

“Hands that Row.”  The Listening Eye. Kent State University, 2015: 22-23.

“A Serious Business.” The Listening Eye. Kent State University, 2015: 20-21.

“And Home Again.” Plainsongs, Vol. 36, No. 1, Fall 2015: 21.

“Paddling into the Plains of the Lakota.” About Place Journal. Spring 2015. Vol. III, Issue III: section 3.

“A Dream of Pt. Pleasant.” Ship of Fools, University of Rio Grande, OH. Winter 2015. No. 72: 24-26.

“Of Bayous and Pine Sand.” Written River: Journal of Eco-Poetics. Hiraeth Press. Winter/Spring 2015. Vol. 5, Issue 2: 61-63.

“Horses Crossing the River.” Poetry Salzburg Review, Salzburg University, Austria: Autumn 2014. No. 26: 150-151.

“A Little River Town,” Poetry Salzburg Review, Salzburg University, Austria: Autumn 2014, No. 26: 151-152.

“City!” Ship of Fools, University of Rio Grande, Ohio. Fall 2014. No. 71: 11.

“100 Miles of Heat,” Ship of Fools, University of Rio Grande, Ohio. Fall 2014. No. 71, 19-22.

“Paddling into Beauty.” Plainsongs. Vol. 34, No. 3, Spring 2014: 12-13.

“Summer Rowing on the Ohio River,” an excerpt from “A Dream of Pt. Pleasant.”

Love’s Chance Magazine. Worcester, MA. Fall-Winter issue, 2009.

“Desert Landscape.” The Listening Eye, Kent State University.  2009: 18.

“Departure from Washburn, North Dakota.”  Pudding Magazine: 53.  2007: 36-37.

“Surviving April on Sakakawea Lake.” North Dakota Quarterly. Summer 2005: 60-62.

“Renewal at New Town, Berthold Reservation.” North Dakota Quarterly. Summer 2005: 63-64.

“James Joyce!” Abiko Annual: with James Joyce FW Studies, Japan, 2003.

“Mountain Lily.” Frogpond: An International Haiku Journal, VA, 2002.

“A Geography of the Heart.” Summer Shade: A Collection of Modern Poetry. Chicago: Quill Books, 2001.

“Changes.” Psychpoetica. Hull, U.K.: University of Hull, April 1999.

“Working the Rows.”  way station magazine.  Lansing, MI, 1998: four: 4.

“Streams & Solitude.”  way station magazine.  Lansing, MI, 1998: four: 13.

“Uncle Lowell.” Hopewell Review: Governor’s Awards Issue. Indianapolis. 1997: (?).

“Orion.”  Heron Anthology.  Adrienne Lee Press, Monmouth, OR, 1996.

“Ordinary Rhythm.”  Phase & Cycle.  CO, Sum 1996:  28.

“Tree Haiku.”  Point Judith Light.  Springfield, MA, Fall-Win 1996: 10.

“In Your Arms.”  Humpback Barn Festival of the Arts.  Muncie, Fall 1994.

“Thawing.”  The Flying Island.  Indianapolis, Fall/Win 1993.

“Red Fox.”  Humpback Barn Festival of the Arts.  Muncie, Fall 1993.

“Sunset in a Memory.”  Poetry Forum Journal.  Sum 1993.

“In the Café La Avenida.”  Phase & Cycle.  CO, Spr 1993.

“Untitled [Some Perfection].”  Free Songs: IndiAnnual 6. 1992: 50.

“Puppetry of Tears.”  Up Against the Wall, Mother….  Apr 1992.

“The Turret’s Child.”  Up Against the Wall, Mother….  Apr 1992.

“A Missoula Valley Poem.”  Humpback Barn Festival of the Arts.  Muncie, Fall 1992.

“A Late February Storm.”  Light 5: A Quarterly of Light Verse. Chicago, 1992.

“Red Burro.”  Lynx.  Vol. 4   Is. 1, 1992: 8.

“Off the Street….”  Lynx.  Vol. 4 Is. 1, 1992: 12.

“My thoughts.” Brussels Sprout.  Jan 1992 Vol. IX: 1.

“West On Greyhound.” National Poetry Competition Anthology. Chardon, OH, Fall, 1991.

“Green Tangerine.”  Riverbend.  Muncie, Spr 1991: 16.

“The Last Hour With W.K.”  Riverbend. Muncie, Spr 1991: 21.

“I think I’ll just sit.”  Brussels Sprout.  Fall 1991.

“Carpentry by Invitation.”  Words On Wilderness. Missoula, Spr 1989.

“Where The Infinite Is Conceived.”  Words On Wilderness.  Missoula, Apr/May 1988: 7.

“Observations On Attribution.”  Sentinel Peak Lookout.  Missoula, 1988: 33.

“Vote the Dollar.”  Sentinel Peak Lookout.  Missoula, 1988: 3.

“Untitled.”  The Kindred Spirit.  St. Johns, 1987.

“Susan’s Birthday Party.”  Eye Prayers: 4.  San Diego, 1984.

“Search the Voice.”  Eye Prayers: 4.  San Diego, 1984.

“In these bone frozen moments.”  Eye Prayers: 3.  San Diego, 1983.

Anthologized and Reprinted Poems:

“Excerpt from ‘A Beginning,’ A Missouri River Mystic: a narrative in eight parts.” Celebrating Rural Poetry. Prairie Lands Writing Project, Dr. J. Fink, director, 2006: 28-30.

“Excerpt from ‘Fortunate Creek.’” Canvas. St. Joseph, MO, 2006.

“A Pigeon Throws Its Wings At Me.” Konfluence, UK, 2003.

“A Grand Cayman for the Heart.”  Abiko Annual: James Joyce FW Studies, Japan, 2003.

“Uncle Lowell.”  Abiko Annual: James Joyce FW Studies, Japan, 2003.

“Chuckwalla.”  Abiko Annual: James Joyce FW Studies, Japan, 2003.

“A Grand Cayman for the Heart.”  Poetry Greece (on-line), Greece, 2002.

“A Pigeon Throws Its Wings at Me.” Psychpoetica. Hull, U.K.: U of Hull, Apr 1999.

“Orion.”  Heron Anthology.  Adrienne Lee Press, Monmouth, OR, 1996.

“The Empirical Abyss.”  Abridged.  Groundwork. Muncie,  Vol. 3, Is. 1, 1994: 8.

“On A Summer’s Dirt Road.”  Poetry Magazine.  Ok  City, V6 #1, 1994.

“In the Café, La Avenida.” Poetry: An American Heritage. Western Poetry Association, Colorado Springs, CO, 1993.

“Red Burro.”  The Flying Island.  Indianapolis, Fall/Win 1993.

“On A Summer’s Dirt Road.”  Eastern Rainbow.  U.K., Sum 1993.

“Six Poems.”  Byteland: The PC Anthology.  Montgomery, Fall 1992.

“West On Greyhound.” National Poetry Competition Anthology. Chardon, OH, Fall, 1991.

“On A Summer’s Dirt Road.”  Rhapsodies And Rainbows: Anthology Of The Eighties. Louisville, 1987.

“Search the Voice.”  Z Miscellaneous.  New York, 1987.

Video, Mixed and Convergent Media:

“35 Site Locations: Lewis and Clark Expedition.”  Photography. CD for the EOS National Lewis and Clark Educational Project, University of Montana. Produced by Robert Nulph. St. Joseph: Visual Logic, 2001.

“How Like A River.” Song lyric. Mike McKillip, music & performance. Muncie, 2001.

Discovering Home: A Sojourn On The Lewis And Clark Trail By Paddle And Pack Mule. 35-minute video. Gig Harbor: Robert McConnell Productions, 2001.

www.lewisandclarandmark.com  Website: 30 pages of poetry/journal excerpts from a personal trek along the Lewis and Clark Return Route: Fort Clatsop, OR to St. Louis, MO: March to September, 2000.

Artists of the Interior: A Roundtable. Vol. 1. Mildred Trivers, Michael Brockley, Mark Hamilton, Haven Koontz and Tom Koontz. An Elizabeth Dalton Production. Ball State University, 1994.

Artists of the Interior: Poetry Readings. Vol. 2.  Mildred Trivers, Michael Brockley, Mark Hamilton, Haven Koontz and Tom Koontz. An Elizabeth Dalton Production. Ball State University, 1994.

Green for Green, #1: Environmental Concerns & Awareness. Interview and statement with poetry readings. Provost’s Initiative. Dr. Vander Hill. Produced by Beth Vanderwilt. Ball State University, 1993.

“Supporting Student Writers, Editors and Artists on Environmental Projects.” A Question of Survival: environment and education. An interview. Office of the Provost, Dr. Vander Hill. Produced by Beth Vanderwilt, Ball State University, 1993.

“Earth Songs: A Reading.”  An interview with Scott Smith. Muncie: WBST Radio, Ball State University, 1993.

Mark Hamilton: A Poetry Reading. Video. Muncie: Ball State University, Elizabeth Dalton and John Oak Dalton Production. 1993.

“Muncie Poverty.” Videography, raw footage: city landscapes and the South Madison Street Project Area. Tele-Education and Educational Technologies, Ball State University, 1992. Non-produced.

Poetry of Marvin Bell: A Reading. Audio Cassette. Introduction by Dr. Charles Houck. Muncie: Ball State University, Produced by Mark Hamilton, 1992.

Panel Discussion with Allen Ginsberg.  One of eight participants. Muncie: Butler University, PBS Tele-Conference, 1991.

Creative Nonfiction:

“Fine, Fine Morning—an excerpt,” Canvas: a contemporary Journal of Literature & Art. Missouri Western State University, 2004: 32.

“The River as Teacher,” Finalist, New Letters national award contest, University of Missouri-Kansas City, MO, 2003.

Reporting Journalism:

“Senator Melcher On Campus.”  Words On Wilderness. Apr/May 1988: 1,3.

“The Khutzeymateen: A Valley Sanctuary for The Spruce, The Salmon and The Bear.”  Words On Wilderness. Feb 1988: 2-3.

“Notes On The Sacred: John Buster Yellow Kidney.” Edited & Transcribed. Words On Wilderness. Feb 1988: 2.

“Timber Harvesting Along Watersheds?” Words On Wilderness. Dec 1987: 7.

“4th World Conference.”  Words On Wilderness. Sept 1987: 3.

Short Fiction:

“The Neighbors.”  Crawl Out Your Window. La Jolla: New Hope Foundation Press, 1986.

Conference Papers and Public Readings:

“Environmental Poetry—a Reading and Talk with Slide Show.” Featured poet for Galileo’s Legacy Conference on Global Warming and Climate Change, Dept. of Biology, MWSU, April 2007.

“The Use of a Video Game as a Pedagogical Tool for SMET Programming,” with Dr. S. Seeger. Interdisciplinary Poster Session, Applied Learning Conference. MWSU, April 2007.

“What Now? What Later? The Future of Video, Video Gaming and Multimedia Productions.” Professional Growth/Development Seminar. EFLJ, MWSU, Oct. 26, 2005.

“Turning the Paradigm.” A paper on the necessity for environmental reciprocity found through imaginative language. Readings from original poetry and literary nonfiction. Being in the World, Living with the Land: 6th Biennial Conference. Association of Literature and Environment (ASLE), University of Oregon,  Eugene. June 21-25, 2005.

“Surmount[aineer]ing the Anthropocentric to Achieve the Valley of Restraint.” A paper on ethics-based environmental perceptions with readings from original poetry. Panel discussion chair, Dr. Patricia Donaher. An international interdisciplinary conference:  Shaping the American West–A New Western Ethic for the 21st Century. Utah State College, Snowbird Resort, Utah. June 9-12, 2005.

 “Curriculum Development, K-12: The Lewis and Clark Expedition.”  Summer Institute for Public School Teachers, EOS National Lewis and Clark Educational Project, University of Montana, June 2001.

“The Inner Nature of Environmental Sensibilities.” A public reading of original poems. UCROSS Foundation, Clearmont, Wyoming. February 1999.

“The Empirical Abyss.”  Poetry Reading: Poetry Extravaganza. Ball State University, 1997.

“An Evening of Nature and Environmental Poetry.” Literature Honors Association, Ball State University, January 26, 1995.

“A Purely Literary Perspective: The Death of Sergeant Charles Floyd of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.”  A paper presented at the Society for Midwest Literature, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, November 1992.

“Poems.”  Poetry Reading: Second Wind Poetry Series, University of Montana, 1988.

Speaking Engagements:

“Pierre Cruzatt, the Elder Engage of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.” St. Joseph Retirement Community. St. Joseph, MO, Oct. 2005.

“A Personal Journey: Missouri and the Lewis and Clark Experience.” Atchison Genealogical Society. Atchison, KS, June 1, 2004.

“History Now: Lewis and Clark at St. Joseph.” St. Joseph Edison Elementary School, St. Joseph, MO, April 2004.

“Lewis and Clark on the Missouri River” with Dr. K. Dagel, MWSU. Delkab High School. Delkab, MO. Feb. 2004.

“The River as Teacher.” A reading from creative nonfiction and poetry. Professional Growth/Development Series, Missouri Western State College, September 2002.

“Traveling the Lewis and Clark Return Route.”  Presentation of the video Discovering Home. Second Summer Institute for Public School Teachers, EOS National Lewis and Clark Educational Project, University of Montana, July, 2001.

“A Journey with Lewis and Clark.”  A public reading and video presentation. Ilwaco Heritage Museum, Ilwaco, WA, July 2001.

“The Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1803-1806.”  A three-day short course. Elder Hostel, Methodist Summer Camp, Long Beach, WA, July 2001.

“The Lewis and Clark Adventure: A Wisdom of Rivers.”  A public reading and video presentation. Timberland Regional Library, Naselle, WA, June 2001.

“The Premier: Discovering Home: On the Route with Lewis and Clark.” A talk and presentation for 200 public school students at the historic Granada Theatre, hosted by Jon Carlson, Lewis and Clark Coordinator, US Army Corps of Engineers, The Dalles, OR, April 2001.

“The Lewis and Clark Adventure with Mark Hamilton.” A talk and video presentation. Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, Wasco Historical Museum, The Dalles,  OR, April 2001.

“Completing the Lewis and Clark Route.” Live Interview: Local radio and TV stations, St. Louis, MO, September 2000.

“Paddling the Lewis and Clark Route.” Live Interview: Local radio station, Yankton, SD, August 2000.

“Traveling with Joe the Mule: On the Lewis and Clark Trail.” A talk with the kids at Kamiah Elementary School, Kamiah, ID, June 2000.

“Adventure with Lewis and Clark.” A talk and slide show at the Senior Center hosted by Bob Olive, Mayor of Kamiah, ID, May 2000.

“A Lewis and Clark Slide Show and Ice Cream Get-2-Gether.” A talk and slide show. Lewis-Clark Resort, Kamiah, ID, May 2000.

“An Evening with Mark Hamilton.”  A talk and video presentation hosted by the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Committee, Umatilla, WA, April 2000.

“Lunch with Lewis and Clark.” A talk with the senior class, Hermiston High School, Hermiston, WA, April 2000.

“On the Lewis and Clark Trail with Joe the Mule.” A visit with grades 1-6. Plymouth Elementary School, Plymouth, WA, April 2000.

“Traveling as They Did: Adventure with Lewis and Clark.”  A talk and slide presentation for public schools at the Granada Theatre, hosted by the US Army Corps of Engineers, Jon Carlson. The Dalles, OR: April 2000.

“Paddling Up the Columbia River.” Live Interview: PBS-TV, Portland, OR, March 2000.

“On the Rivers with Lewis and Clark.”  A talk and slide presentation at the Columbia River Maritime Museum, Astoria, OR: March 2000.

“Journeys: Writing In Place—A Workshop Presentation.”  Oregon Literature Series Trail Grants Project. Oregon City Middle School. Oregon City, OR: February 2000.

“Traveling with Lewis and Clark.” A talk with 4th and 5th Grades. Ivandale School, Corvallis, OR: February 2000.

“With Lewis and Clark.” A reading and slide presentation. Cannon Beach Arts Association, Cannon Beach, OR: February 2000.

“The Beginning and the Completion: Lewis and Clark from Pittsburgh to Astoria.”  A reading and slide presentation. Clatsop Community College, Astoria, OR, February 2000.

“Interview with Short Readings.”  KMUN Radio Literary Arts Magazine. Astoria, OR, February 2000.

“Adventure Now: On the Lewis and Clark Route.”  A talk with the 5th Grade, Territorial School. Corvallis, OR: February 2000.

“Arriving at the Pacific Ocean.”  A live interview with Tom Freel, KAST Coast Watch Morning Program, Portland, OR, January 2000.

“Adventure Now: On the Lewis and Clark Route.”  A talk with the 5th Grade, Garfield Elementary. Corvallis, OR: January 2000.

“Down the West Slope: On the Lewis and Clark Route.”  A talk with the National Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, Oregon Chapter. Lewis and Clark College: January 2000.

“Interviews….”  Approximately 50 interviews with media journalists en-route and post-route concerning travels, experiences and research along the Lewis and Clark Expedition route: May 1995 to June 2005.

REVIEWS BY OTHERS:

Forthcoming:

OYO, The Beautiful River, an environmental narrative: a Poetry Volume

Mary Catherine, review TBP MidAmerica, Fall/Winter 2020

OYO, The Beautiful River, an environmental narrative: a Poetry Volume

Review TBP in The Rocky Mountain Review of Languages & Literature, Fall 2020

OYO, The Beautiful River, an environmental narrative: a Poetry Volume

Greg Brim, review TBP in North of Oxford, Fall/Winter 2020

OYO, The Beautiful River, an environmental narrative: a Poetry Volume

Lauren Frick, EcoLit Books, TBP Fall/Winter 2020

OYO, The Beautiful River, an environmental narrative: a Poetry Volume

Lisa Ottum, TBP? ISLE Fall/Winter 2020

OYO, The Beautiful River, an environmental narrative: a Poetry Volume

Chris Anderson, TBP? Booklist, American Library Association     Fall/Winter 2020

OYO, The Beautiful River, an environmental narrative: a Poetry Volume

Erica Goss, TBP? Sticks & Stones,  Fall/Winter 2020.

TBP ? Compulsive Reader

Previously Published:

“A Welcoming:” a Poem

Marilyn L. Taylor, judge, Third Wednesday Annual Contest, Honorable Mention, Spring 2020: 30.

100 Miles of Heat: a Poetry Chapbook

Jack Hart, editor.  “A Review: 100 Miles of Heat,” Ship of Fools, Rio Granda, OH, No. 76, Fall 2016: 39.

Discovering Home: a Video

“Recommended Reading List: selective bicentennial.”  Philadelphia Chapter, Lewis and Clark National Trail Heritage Foundation, 2005.

Pethtel, Lillian.  “Historical Highlights.”  The Clearwater Progress. Kamiah, Jan 17, 2001.

Pethtel, Lillian.  “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Idaho County Free Press. Kamiah, Jan 17, 2001: 11.

Confronting the Basilisk: a Poetry Volume

Rippy, Francis M.  “Confronting the Basilisk.”  Phase & Cycle.  Fort Collins, CO, Vol. VIII, No. 1 Spr/Sum 1995: 45-7.

Earth Songs: a Poetry Chapbook

Baumel, Judith.  “Judge’s Comments: Earth Songs.”  The National Panhandler Award Series, No. 6, West Florida University, 1993: 4.

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