Eileen P. Duggan
Eileen P. Duggan is a freelance journalist, writer and editor based in St. Louis, Missouri.
She won First Place in the 2010 Missouri Professional Communicators Communications Contest—Writing for the Web, Feature Article (read it free at www.stlbeacon.org/content/view/8199/227/). She also won an Honorable Mention for her essay, "The Dead Lady's Stuff" in the 78th Annual (2009) Writer's Digest Writing Competition. "The Dead Lady's Stuff" appears in the December 2010 issue of Toasted Cheese Literary Journal. http://tclj.toasted-cheese.com/2010/10-4/duggan.htm
She is shopping to agents novels written during the 2010 and 2013 National Novel Writing Month.
The Marathon From Hell (story of the 1904 Olympic Marathon). Marathon and Beyond Magazine, 2004.
PianoFest has winning line-up
Saint Louis Beacon, 11/3/09.
Vickie Newton: Fantasy to be TV anchor came true.
St. Louis Journalism Review, 2008.
Reprinted and updated on Versatiliosity blog: http://dugganpubs.wordpress.com/nonfiction/vickie-newton-fantasy-to-be-tv-anchor-came-true/
250 Years — 250 Cakes: The Definitive St. Louis 250th Anniversary Cake Book
By Matt Nolan, 2015
Wrote location profiles and executed design and layout
Late Cretaceous and Early Cenozoic History of Latin American Vegetation and Terrestrial Environments
By Alan Graham, 2010
The Ladyslipper and I (Autobiography of botanist G. Ledyard Stebbins).
Benjamin Smith Barton: Naturalist and Physician in Jeffersonian America
CONTACT ME: DugganPubs[at]sbcglobal[dot]net
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U. City's Bravest and Kindest
George Nieman, an elderly developmentally challenged newspaper vendor, was found one morning on a suburb’s main drag, stabbed multiple times in the chest and throat. The depth of devotion of University City’s firefighters to George soon became apparent to the whole community. U. City’s Bravest and Kindest tells the moving true story of the UCFD’s 50-year friendship with George.
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