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Indie Author Pavilion - Adult Nonfiction

Paulette Bodeman

Paulette Bodeman is an Integrative Human Empowerment Coach, Author, Speaker and Creative. She is a highly regarded certified AnusaraÒ yoga teacher and trainer, and lover of Tantric philosophy and the stories of India....

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Richard Chamberlin

Richard Chamberlin has a BA in Journalism from Columbia College in Chicago and has been a newspaper reporter, freelance writer, psychiatric nurse, cab driver and is a Viet Nam veteran. He is retired and lives with his wife Judi in Green Valley, Arizona....


Jack Cochran

I grew up in a family that was less than model, in fact, the were down right criminal, which of course drug him into the world of crime, drugs and violence. After spending the first thirty-one years of my life in that world, I knew that there need to be a change....

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David Crow

David Crow spent his early years on the Navajo Indian Reservation in Arizona and New Mexico. Through grit, resilience and a thrist for learning, he managed to escape his abusive childhood, graduate from college and build a successful lobbyist business in Washington....

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John Findura

John Findura is the author of the poetry collection "Submerged" (Five Oaks Press, 2017). He holds an MFA in Poetry from The New School as well as a degree in psychotherapy. Currently, he is a doctoral student in Educational Technology Leadership at New Jersey City University....


Mimi Gough

Mimi Gough is an enthusiastic teacher, world traveler, history buff and storyteller. As a teenage reporter, her first published articles appeared in the local newspaper. More recently, she has contributed special travel tips and destination-related articles to the Sunday edition of the newspaper....

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William Kalt

Arizona native William D. Kalt III’s love of history sprang to life on his grandmother’s lap as she shared tales of growing up in the Territory’s rough and tumble mining towns prior to statehood....

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Liza Porter

Liza Porter's poetry chapbook "Red Stain" (Finishing Line Press 2014) was finalist for both the 2015 Arizona New Mexico Book Award and the 2015 WILLA Award (Women Writing the West). Her poem "The day my brother meets Bob Dylan …" appears in "Visiting Bob: Poems Inspired by the Life and Work of Bob Dylan"(New Rivers Press 2018)....

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Kathleen Titus

Kate Titusis a Certified Canine Fitness Trainer (CCFT), FitPAWS Master Trainer (FPMT) and Certified Canine Therapeutic and Sports Massage Therapist (CTMT, CSMT). In 2008, Kate founded A Loyal Companion to provide massage, exercise and mobility solutions for dogs....

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James Williams

Jim Williams is a retired social studies educator who worked as a teacher, department chair and district coordinator. He has published several journal articles on local history in Pennsylvania, as well as a history of Montgomery Township, Pennsylvania, a workbook on the Constitutional Convention, and The Filipino-American War, with Charles Penacchio....

Michael Young

Dr. Michael J. Young is a graduate of Indiana University. He matriculated to Rush Medical College for his medical degree, and then subsequently to Loyola University Medical Center to complete his residency in Urology....

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