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Corey Lewis is currently a professor of Creative Writing and Literature at Humboldt State University. He teaches courses in Nature Writing, Creative Nonfiction, and Environmental Literature both on the HSU campus, and in its surrounding environs.... more
A. J. Liebling (1904-1963) was a journalist whose biographer proposed "may well have been the greatest reporter of his time." He wrote widely on many subjects, including politics, boxing, and World War II, and much of his work remains in print even many years after his death.... more
Ronald H. Limbaugh is an Idaho native and graduate of the University of Idaho (Ph.D. 1967). He retired in 2000 after thirty-four years teaching American history at the University of the Pacific.... more
Anne Loftis is a journalist and researcher and the coauthor of The Great Betrayal: The Evacuation of the Japanese-Americans During World War II and A Long Time Coming: The Struggle to Unionize America’s Farm Workers and author of California--Where the Twain Did Meet.... more
For the past ten years, Rich Logsdon has been Senior Editor for the small print literary magazine Red Rock Review. One of the most prestigious magazines in the Southwest, Red Rock Review has featured works by many outstanding writers.... more
Walter S. Long was a Maryland born civil engineer who served as a major in the Civil War in command of the 96th U.S. Colored Infantry. His name appears on a map of the Battle of Antietam, 1862, as a topographic engineer.... more