|By Admin1 (admin) on Wednesday, July 18, 2001 - 11:30 am: Edit Post|
In the early 60s Richard Lipez taught English language and composition to ninth grade public school students as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ethiopia.
Richard Stevenson is the pseudonym for Pittsfield, Massachusetts journalist, Richard Lipez, an editorial writer at The Berkshire Eagle and mystery columnist for Washington Post Book World.
He was born in Lock Haven , Pennsylvania, on November 30, 1938. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in 1961 at Lock Haven State College majoring in English with a History minor. Graduate study was pursued in American Literature at Penn State.
In the early 60s he taught English language and composition to ninth grade public school students as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ethiopia. In the mid 60s he served as program evaluator for the Peace Corps and ran a cross-cultural studies for new P.C. volunteers at the University of Utah. In the late 60s and in 1970 he was the Executive Director of the Action for Opportunity anti-poverty agency.
Since the early 70ís he has concentrated his talents in Journalism. His first book, the thriller, Grand Scam, co-authored with Peter Stein, appeared in 1979. In addition to his numerous mystery novels he has written articles, fiction, reviews, and satirical pieces in:
* The Washington Post
* The Progressive
and numerous other publications.
Richard Lipez was married for over twenty years and has two grown children in their mid twenties. Rich has been with his partner, sculptor, Joe Wheaton, since 1990. (Fans will remember the dedication to Joe Wheaton in Shock to the System.) The duo currently reside in a converted barn in the countryside.
Fans may contact Richard Lipez at:
161 Otis Road
Otis, MA 01253
|By Wahid Che @ Zaidi Chee (220.127.116.11) on Monday, January 31, 2011 - 12:58 am: Edit Post|
I do not know, whether this is a right forum for this matter, but appreciate if your good self or anyone could assist me.
Way back in 1968-69, I was taught by a Peace Corps teacher by the name of Miss PATRICIA PEACOCK, at a small coastal village by the name of BAKO, under the division of KUCHING, SARAWAK, in EAST MALAYSIA.
I was 12 years old then, and was in Primary 6, and my name is WAHID CHE. The only thing that, I remember with regards to this teacher of mine was, she was from a state/city called Buffalo, USA.
I believe this teacher of mine is now in her early 60s years of age. As I would like very much to get in touch with her, appreciate your good self or anyone who happen to know her to contact me at this e-mail address - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanking you in anticipation.