Jean W. Yeager


2018 - Dorset Theatre 31st One Act Play Festival, Wrote and Directed "CLOTHESLINE"
2017 - Finalist, Tennessee Williams National One Act Play Writing Contest" for "Christmas In The War Zone", a loosely based re-telling of "T'was A Night Before Christmas" amid mid-east combat.
2016 - Winner Essay Category, "Ageless Authors" National Contest for his submission "The Kite Of Our Genius - Sail On!"". Editorial Director, Larry Upshaw wrote, "You can really turn a phrase, my friend."
2015 - Presenter, 14th Annual Horace Greeley Writing Symposium, Poultney, VT
2015 - Member, Vermont Writers Guild; Chaffee Writers Group - Rutland, VT; and Burlington (VT) Writers Group.
2015 - Works frequently republished in RUTLAND HERALD, Rutland, VT
2015 - "Th3 Simple Questions: Slice Open Everyday Life" published. GoodReads reviewer Mark Krausman wrote: "...masterfully crafted without needing page after page of extra words to get the author's intended thought provoking points across."

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Price: $5.00 USD. Words: 6,940. Language: English. Published: February 3, 2018. Categories: Essay » Political
A collection of biting political satire in small doses like moralic acid, and truth like a moralic catalyst for change. These drew thousands of hits as blog posts. "I Am The Tongue Of The Liar", "Dick Cheney's Brain Wants To Run For President," "Trump-O-Rico - The U.S.'s 'Mini Me'", "Lighting Alt Farts", " "Jam Tomorrow Says The White Queen", "B'rer Sanders and The Tar (Sands) Baby", and more!
Three Simple Questions - Slice Open Everyday Life
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 29,590. Language: English. Published: March 27, 2015. Categories: Essay » Sociology, Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Christian Life / Spiritual Growth
A 116 page collection of 45 separate essays for SPIRITUAL FORMATION Th3 Simple Questions are not answers, they are the tools by which we can probe deeply into our life, love, loss, family, and culture. The author focused the questions like a lens on a different part of his life, turned the lens slightly, and was surprised by what appeared. For serious seekers' journalling and deep reflection.

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