Laudizen King was born in Manchester, Connecticut. After serving with the US Army in Military Intelligence, he pursued a career in project management along with his passions for motorcycling, photography, and exploring the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
His poetry has been published in the US by the Wilderness House Literary Review and in the UK by Gloom Cupboard. His stories have appeared in the Tonopah Review, Word Catalyst Magazine, the MilSpeak Memo, the Raving Dove Literary Journal, and the Wilderness House Literary Review.
Laudizen writes memoirs, travels, and stories that celebrate the human spirit and honor the diverse moments that comprise a mortal life.
A Laudizen story, "Passages in Stone", appears in the 2011 print anthology of stories, "Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grandmothers".
Laudizen currently lives in Los Angeles.
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Old Roads and Shadows
by Laudizen King
'Old Roads and Shadows' is a collection of travels, essays, and memoirs that includes many of his best-known works: Remembering the Dugout and Larry Lisciotti, Paper and Fire, On a Beach on Nantucket, Worms, and Leigh Lake. Included are several from his days in the US Army: Murder at Midnight, Bridge Inspection, and Burial Detail. Timeless and emotive, these stories will resonate with the reader.
The White Mountain Chronicles
by Laudizen King
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The White Mountain Chronicles celebrates the author’s two decades of adventure in the mountains of New Hampshire. From Monadnock to the White Mountains, these memoirs and stories capture the fleeting moments of a life: from friendships forged on the trail to nights of revelry, from dangerous water crossings to winter storms, and all the strange memories and events that make the experience whole.
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