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Karen Laubenstein

Anchorage, Alaska, United States


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Grew up in Maine, graduate Westbrook High School 1976 (founded and edited school
newspaper), attended University of Maine (Fort Kent, Orono, So. Maine), University of
Utah, and University of Rochester/Rochester Institute of Technology. Peace Corps in
Benin, W. Africa. USDOL Employment & Training Administration, Congressional Fellow
for Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Public Affairs Specialist at the National Institutes of
Health and Health Resources Services Administration Office of Communications,
National Writer-Editor for Bureau of Land Management's Heritage Education Program
writing individual State Prehistory and Archaeology books for various grade levels,
currently Technical Writer for US Fish and Wildlife Service Office of Subsistence
Management. Member of Alaska Sisters in Crime mystery and crime writers. Many more
publications to come.

p.s. I'm profoundly deaf and began losing my hearing at about age 7.

Interests: Children's Educational Fiction, Crime and Mystery Novels, Prehistory and archaeology - cultural heritage education, Mainstream/Romance Novels

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: No


Published works:


  • Archaeology Smart Junior: Discovering History's Buried Treasure
  • Other

  • Intrigue of the Past-Discovering Archaeology in Alaska
  • Intrigue of the Past: Discovering Archaeology series