Farmington, Connecticut, United States
Home page: www.authorsden.com/joevojt
Joe Vojt novels include, Mystified Humanity, Wings of Air, Enduring Prophesy, and Threshold of Consciousness. Previously worked in the quality manufacturing arena, this included NASA projects, like the Apollo program and a variety of space satellites for Hughes and other technical industries. He lives in the Farmington Valley, Connecticut. Joe is a Vietnam era veteran joining the United States Air Force he served three out of the four years in SAC, working on the B-52.
5 Magazines, 6 anthologies
Contributed one article titled “Marketing Bliss in The Published Author's Guide to Promotion” carrying the subtitle, Marketing Tips by Published Authors.
“Reflection of a Modern Day” was featured in the winter 2008 issue of The Litchfield Literary Review.
Joe has over fifty short stories listed on his website: www.authorsden.com/joevojt
Radio interview "Meet the Author" by Harry L. Rinker (wxci.org) covered Wings of Air.
The Mary Jones Show. This radio program was on four stations in Connecticut.
Joe was a guest on the half-hour TV program, The Book Authority with Brian Jud, which covered an audience of 200,000 in central Connecticut. The program ran six times. His appearance was quoted, “they really liked his presentation.”
Three local newspapers, the Farmington Life, Farmington Valley Post and The Valley Press had articles.
Guest speaker at one of the CAPA meetings
Cambridge Who’s Who as a Honored Member.
Member of the Connecticut Authors and Publishers Association. Joe was a past board member and newsletter editor for The Authority.
Wrote articles for The Authority (CAPA),
The Dreaded Synopsis
Why the Craft of Writing Has Meaning
The Dreaded Screenplay Treatment
Random Notes on the Craft of Writing (Part I & II)
3 Editor’s Preference Awards of Excellence
2 Accomplishments of Merit
1 Fiction Merit
1 Honorable Mention - Fiction
1 Honorable Mention - Nonfiction
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Central Connecticut State University, and Waterbury State Technical College.
Interests: His interests cover a broad area: writing, reading, photography, the sciences, history, and music.
The psychology of working with people creates opportunity for lifestyle embellishments in the world of fiction that includes many form
Published writer: Yes