A technological breakthrough could alter human transportation, but how many people will die trying to control the innovation?
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b. Long Branch, NJ, '41; Attended public schools in Jackson, Miss.; Attended Emory Univ.(Stipes Scholar), Millsaps College (B.A. with Honors, '63), & Univ. of Texas (Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Ph.D, '67). Shoemaker was Prof. of Philosophy, Hendrix College, until '87. His academic specialties have included Ethics, Phil. of Art and Literature, Logic and the History of Philosophy. He has been a visiting scholar at Millsaps Coll., the Univ. of Arkansas, and Vanderbilt Univ. He was a founding member and officer of the Ark. Phil. Assn. and the Ark. Humanities Council. He has participated in community theaters, choruses and art exhibits. Shoemaker is now a Master Gardener, a fisherman, a sometime chef and a full time writer, living in Conway, Arkansas. Publications have included articles and short stories in numerous journals, magazines and newspapers. Books in Print: FALLING IN LOVE WITH WISDOM, (ed, with David Karnos), Oxford U. Press, 1994. POD works available on this site include the novels MIDSTREAM, BALKAN PASSAGE, SOUTHERN BUDDHIST CONVENTION, GRAVITY'S GRAVE, HOLY COW and GETTING BACK, as well as the story collections PHABLES AND PHARABLES and FOR THE CHILDREN. Nonfiction works include BELIEVING THE BELIEVABLE, BEING HUMAN IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM and ALL ABOUT THE ONION FAMILY.
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Book Description BookSurge Publishing, U.S.A., 2002. Soft cover. Book Condition: As New. No Jacket. 8 vo, 313 pp. Signed on title page, no inscription. Fine/As New. Novel, murder mystery involving UFO in the Ozark boondocks. Bookseller Inventory # 1505603