Paul Cohn


In addition to his first novel São Tomé, Paul Cohn is commercially published overseas with the Portuguese edition Rapto em Lisboa by Medialivros/DIFEL in Lisbon. His short stories have appeared in the Huffington Post, The BoZone Monthly, The Big Sky Weekly, and Writers of the Gulch. He authored The Toolbox, a children's adventure radio series (Treehouse Corner), broadcast on KGLT Public Radio in Montana. His short story, São Tomé, won Honorable Mention in Moment Magazine's Karma Short Story Contest He has also been a guest instructor at several adult-education writing classes. His career began in nuclear engineering where he managed projects for Rockwell and Battelle Memorial Institute, and ran his own consulting business, Energy Engineering Associates. Mr. Cohn has a B.S. in chemical engineering, and an M.S. in nuclear engineering, and is the author of over 50 technical papers, journal articles, and book chapters.

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The Cantora
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 163,410. Language: English. Published: March 24, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Historical, Fiction » Historical » Renaissance
The Cantora takes readers to the jungles & settlements of 16th Century Colonial Brazil, later journeys to the Caribbean, then Africa & Europe. It follows Sister Mae Docura & Yema, the Caete Indian child with a remarkable singing voice acclaimed "The Cantora." By perilous circumstance, they become agents of fate, changing the lives of all who cross their path.
Sao Tome-- Journey to the Abyss-- Portugal's Stolen Children
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 111,210. Language: English. Published: June 8, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Renaissance, Fiction » Literature » Literary
In 1485 the Portuguese Crown and Catholic Church began to kidnap Jewish children, forcibly convert the young conscripts, and ship them to São Tomé Island off the African equator to work the government sugar plantations. The collision of slavery, sugar agriculture, and discovery of The Americas transformed this island colony into the nidus of the wholesale black slave trade.

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