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  • Verlag: Distributed via Smashwords
  • Seitenzahl: 275
  • Erscheinungstermin: 15. Juli 2013
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781301042777
  • Artikelnr.: 45522628

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Autorenporträt
Jim Cort is a New Jersey native who has supported himself by writing most of his adult life. His first published story was "The Reaper," which appeared in Rod Serling's Twilight Zone Magazine in September, 1982. The story was an entry in the magazine's first short story contest and finished in the top twenty from a field of over nine thousand.Throughout the eighties Jim sold stories, poems and articles to Twilight Zone, Reader's Digest, The New Yorker and other magazines, anthologies, and online sites. He has also worked as a corporate trainer and technical writer, and produced hundreds of manuals, training aids, and courses. In 1988 he began writing radio plays, which have been produced on audiocassette, and on the air at radio stations across the country, including National Public Radio.A retired teacher, Jim has taught writing at the Northern New Jersey Reading Council's Young Author's Conference, the Summer Institute for the Gifted at Drew University, and at the Adult Career Center at Sussex County Technical School.Jim was a contributing editor to Learning Through History magazine, and author of a column on business writing WordWorks. He lives in Sussex County with his wife Louise, three daughters, two birds, two dogs, and several uninvited mice.