Peace Corps Writers
Marian Haley Beil

John Coyne

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September 2008

Recent books by Peace Corps writers

There are eighteen new books by Peace Corps writers.

Literary Type

Of writers and their books and other creative RPCVs

Talking with . . .

    John Coyne interviews Larry Lihosit (Honduras 1975–77)


    The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder by Stew Magnuson (Mauritania 1987–88) reviewed by Scott Zesch (Kenya 1982–84)

    Death Vows by Richard Lipez (Ethiopia 1962–64) reviewed by Ellen Urbani (Guatemala 1991–93)

    Dirty Water by Mary-Ann Tirone Smith (Cameroon 1965–67) and Jere Smith reviewed by Jan Worth-Nelson (Tonga 1976–78)

    Last Chance to Be First by Tom Hazuka (Chile 1978–80) reviewed by Sharon Dirlam (Russian Far East 1996–98)

    Orinoco by James A. Ciullo (Venezuela 1969–71) reviewed by Ken Hill (Turkey 1965–67)

    Success: Stories by David A. Taylor (Mauritania 1983–85) reviewed by Will Siegel (Ethiopia 1962–64)

    Travel Wise by Ray Leki (Nepal 1979–81; staff: Nepal 1988–90, Pakistan 1990) reviewed by Kathleen Coskran (Ethiopia 1965–67)

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A Writer Writes

New at the site

  • In Resources for Writers:
    “You Can Publish It” by Larry Lihosit (Honduras 1975–77)
  • Recently added to our Bibliography of Peace Corps Writers —
    • Edward Gruber (Nigeria 1962–64)
    • Joan Heron (Turkmenistan 95–97)
    • Leita Kaldi (Senegal 1993–95)
    • Jeffrey Langholz (Sierra Leone 1986–88)
    • Stu Magnuson (Mauritania 1987–88)
    • Carrie Meyer (Dominican Republic 1980–83)
    • Daniel J. Miller (Nepal 1974–78)
    • Charles W. Parton (Staff: Malaysia 1963–65)
    • John Schultz (Nigeria 1965–67)
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