Writings

Letter from The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge #1

I wrote many letters to my family when I was a biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 1984. I thought readers would enjoy hearing about what it was like to live on the Alaskan tundra. I hope to spark some interest in the amazing "American Serengeti". I hope to make people aware of the threat of oil exploration and the destruction that it can cause to this beautiful and wild treasure.

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Ezra Cooley Letter

This is an article written about my good friend, Ezra.

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Chautauqua Dance Partners Poem

This poem is about...

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So How Was Your Day, Doc?

I created my book, So How Was Your Day, Doc? as a collection of my experiences as a veterinarian. I decided that hearing everything from my POV sounded trite. So, I fictionalized the locations, changed the names to protect the innocent, and designed imaginary veterinary characters to voice the stories. In fact, each author is comprised of the names of friends or pets. 

 

I hope you have as much fun reading it as I had writing it!


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Other Technical Writings

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Status epilepticus attributed to inadvertent intrathecal injection of cefazolin during myelography

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