Jock Stewart Strikes Back

Since modern-day journalism is going to hell in a hand basket and/or nowhere fast, Jock Stewart strikes back by categorizing news events as satirical, outlandish, strange or political. Nonetheless, according to informed sources, the use of this volume as a journalism textbook has not been authorized anywhere the world is right as rain. More

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About Malcolm R. Campbell

Malcolm R. Campbell is the author of contemporary fantasy novels and paranormal short stories as well as the comedic mystery Jock Stewart and the Missing Sea of Fire (first printing 2009).

The e-book short stories, “Moonlight and Ghosts” (2012) “Cora’s Crossing” (2012), and the three-story set “Emily’s Stories” (2012) are set in the Florida Panhandle where Campbell grew up. He began hearing Florida ghost stories on Scout camping trips in the pinewoods, swamps and other locations which are perfect for strange events. Emily’s Stories is also available as an audiobook.

Campbell’s nonfiction includes the Glacier National Park e-book Bears; Where They Fought – Life in the Swiftcurrent Valley and feature articles in “The Rosicrucian Digest.” “The Inside Trail,” and the National Park Service Glacier Park commemorative book, 100 Years 100 Stories.

His “Jock Talks” satire—namely fictional news stories about real and imagined events—appears in Jock Stewart Strikes Back.

Campbell’s work has also appeared in “Nonprofit World,” “Nostalgia Magazine,” “The Smoking Poet,” the Atlanta “Journal-Constitution”, the Great Lakes “Bulletin,” “Future Earth Magazine,” “Quail Bell” and training and manufacturing trade magazines. His career has also included grant writing for nonprofit organizations.

An avid reader and book reviewer, Campbell especially enjoys the novels of Sunetra Gupta, Italo Calvino, Diana Gabaldon, Susanna Clarke, Cormac McCarthy and Carlos Ruiz Zafon.

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