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Membership in Michigan Writers

                         I am very happy to have been accepted into a well respected literary group. Based in Traverse City, Michigan Writers provides opportunities for networking, publication, and education to writers who either live in or are from the Great Lakes state. It sponsors workshops, encourages […]

Review of “21 Yesterdays”

In all of James Michener’s great works, but especially in Hawaii and Poland, he totally immersed himself in the history of his subject before he began writing about it. He then inserted fictional characters whose lives were influenced by major events and real characters of the period. The result was always a warm and discerning […]

Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award

St. Edward’s University recently presented its 2013 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award to Katharine Baragona, Class of ’87. The following appeared in the Spring 2013 issue of St. Edward’s University Magazine: Whether she’s building financially sustainable infrastructures in developing countries or rebuilding her parents’ home after a hurricane, Kate Baragona commits. After graduating from St. Edward’s, […]

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Friesen Press Best Selling Book!

 “Human Progress Amid Resistance to Change” was selected as one of the Friesen Press Best Selling Books of December 2012. The book challenges a number of concepts developed and currently used by mainstream economists. For an excerpt, click on the Google Books link below and to the right.

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New Collection of Short Stories

My latest book of short stories, 21 YESTERDAYS, was published in early January!! It is available from the publisher (Friesen Press), on Amazon, or through local bookstores. Go to the Friesen Press link for a full description or to the Google Books link for a sample preview and table of contents.