Heath, G. Louis
Comments from the author about writing:
I published eight academic books in the early phase of my 39-year career. The past few years, I have turned to fiction and biography. I am an intermittent writer, who writes in spurts. However, I am always reading fiction, priming my muse for the next catharsis. It is a wonderful new sensation, writing creatively, as opposed to the more formulaic academic writing I have done.
Literary awards received and date received:
- Runner-up, Robert F. Kennedy Annual Journalism Award, 1969, for "Ghost Town Vigilantes: The Racial Pallor of Cairo, Illinois," THE NATION, Dec. 22, 1969. This article is included in my 1972 Westminster Press (Philadelphia) book, RED, BROWN, AND BLACK DEMANDS FOR BETTER EDUCATION, a volume that is a very good read despite the unfortunate stilted title.
Book Types: Fiction, Nonfiction, Short Story Collection
Audience Types: Adult
Genres: Biography, Mystery
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Books By This Author
- The New Teacher, Harper and Row, New York, 1973
- Mutiny Does Not Happen Lightly, Scarecrow Press, Metuchen, New Jersey, 1976
- Vandals In The Bomb Factory, Scarecrow Press, Metuchen, New Jersey, 1976
- Meskwaki Burial Mounds and Other Stories From Quinlan, Iowa, 1st Books, Bloomington, Indiana, 2001
- Harold Sinclair of Illinois: Letters, Biography, Author House, Bloominton, Indiana, 2007