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Pat Winter

Pat lives in the Ozarks, Arkansas, United States


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2011 \"JAGUAR KING\" (novel) now on Kindle and hard-copy available at, about the Maya Indian influence on Mississippi Valley Indians at Cahokia, Illinois.
2011 \"MEN OF COLOR\" (novel) in-progress collaboration with Leni Ashmore Sorensen
\"1865\" TV Series and Novel. Seven series hours and five novel chapters completed in development.
2003 \"ON AIR\" & \"DRIVER\", completed feature screenplays, workshopped with peer review on Zoetrope Virtual Studio & Triggerstreet
2001-2005 completed \"JAGUAR KING\" (novel)
2001 \"MADOC” & “MADOC’S HUNDRED” reissued by The Authors
Guild & iUniverse
2000 “WOMAN CALLED ARKANSAS,” (retitled) The Authors Guild & iUniverse reissue
1992 “SONGS OF THE BIG CANOE,” 3rd in The Madoc Saga Trilogy under Bantam contract killed in downsizing
1991 “MADOC’S HUNDRED, (novel) Bantam Books
1990 \"MADOC,” (novel) re a Medieval journey to the New World, Bantam Books
1986 “RIVER OF DESTINY,” (novel) re 17th c. La Salle Expedition Bantam Books
1982 “DRIVER,” (novel) re telepathic love & horror, Pinnacle Book
1980 \"Notes on a Death Threat,” (article) January MS. Magazine
1977 \"Departure,” (animated film) produced in the Los Angeles City College animation workshop, & winner in the L.A Garden Festival art competition
1975 \"Someone I Touched,” (story) ABC TV movie, Stonehenge Prods.
1972 \"Polimander’s Man-Thing,” (short story) Analog Science Fiction Magazine/May issue
1970 “Inside Mother,” (science fiction short story) in Infinity One, a paper-back anthology


Currently in 2007 living on family land in the Ozarks writing the GRANT movie-series-novel, and other historical fiction including two more novels about the Civil War in my home county and in New York City
1997- present, volunteer archaeological digger
1999 - 2002 substitute teacher, K-12 New York private schools
1994 - 1996 fine art & marble restorer/conservator Manhattan
1985 - 1987 teacher of broadcast writing, NYC Center for the Media Arts,
1984 - 1985 tech-writer/editor with a Manhattan computer consultancy
1979 - 1981 editor & script doctor/Pinnacle Books
1976 - 1980 assistant professor of journalism, USC & L.A.Valley College
1973 - 1975 writer, editor, on-air re-porter KFWB all-news radio in Hollywood.
1969 - 1973 reporter, The San Diego Union newspaper/ byline Pat DeGraw

also… researcher for The Harris Poll… manager of a small herd of cattle on an Ozark farm… editor of Tower Talk a Sears, Roebuck employee magazine… a college journalism department secretary, a bagel-bakery clerk, U.S. Air Force wife, full-time homemaker and single mother… have been swimming in cannibal seas for years… have survived… I am a small fish but I glow in the dark


1972 MA Broadcast Journalism, Picard-Lurman Fellow UCLA
1969 B.A. in Print Journalism, on department scholarship USC

MEMBER: The Authors Guild. USC Alumni Association, UCLA Alumni Association

Interests: Americana, Native American History & Archaeology, Historical Fiction, the American Civil War, Contemporary Journalism, Horror, Science Fiction and my family-- two grown children, five grandchildren and two great-grand children

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: No


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