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FEAR AND LOATHING IN THE STATE OF JEFFERSON

Cyrus Emerson

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Just Imagine It Ink
Copyright (c) 2011 by Cyrus Emerson

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Author Biography:

CYRUS EMERSON has a BA in journalism from Southern Oregon University. He has written for the Ashland Daily Tidings, Jefferson Public Radio, and the Inlandia Institute. Currently, he is an audio engineer at Blackstone Audio, Inc., and he reads poetry once a month with the Coffee House Poets in Talent, Oregon.

Introduction:

I started working at Blackstone Audio, Inc. before the 2004 Christmas. And before the 2005 Christmas, I would be working at Blackstone Audio, Inc. after the publication of my novella Lost Angel, and getting ready to start as the new snow phone announcer at Mt. Ashland, all while maintaining my volunteer gig at JPR since 2003.

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