Publications

 

Non-Fiction:

  • "Life goes on as coup attempt rages," The Bellevue-Journal American, Oct. 12, 1985
  • "The Day of the Locust," The Bangkok Post, Aug. 17, 1986 (with photo credits)
  • "A perceptive Week in Siam 119 years ago," The Bangkok Post (book review), Sept. 28, 1986
  • "Bangkok: The familiar and unfamiliar," The Bangkok Post (book review)
  • "Divergent aspects of Thai culture," The Bangkok Post (book review), Nov. 2, 1986
  • "The down-to-earth 'boss' of Thung Yai," The Bangkok Post, Mar. 8, 1987 (with photo Credits)
  • "More than just social climbing," The Bangkok Post, Mar. 22, 1987 (with photo credits)
  • "Old Phuket:  More than just sand and sun," The Bangkok Post (book review), Apr. 12, 1987
  • "Frog hunting in Thailand," The Bangkok Post, May 17, 1987
  • "Saving Thailand's sea life," The Bangkok Post, May 3, 1987
  • "St. Camillo:  A village haven for the sick," The Bangkok Post, May 24, 1987 (with photo credits)
  • "A mental voyage into the past," The Bangkok Post, May 31, 1987
  • "Education-reform agenda too narrow," The Seattle Times, May 21, 1988
  • "Everyone's an Instructor: Three simple Techniques to Improve Sailing Instruction," 48 North, June, 1988
  • "Man in the Mist," The Seattle Weekly, Mar. 1, 1989
  • "Father's Boots," Spindrift, 1989
  • Review of Doublespeak, by William Lutz, The TESOL Quarterly, Autumn, 1990
  • "It's lonely at the bottom," Far Eastern Economic Review (book review), Feb. 1990
  • "We conveniently forget U.S. role in Cambodia's agony," The Seattle Times
  • "U.S. should normalize relations with Vietnam," The Seattle Times
  • Review of "After the war was over:  Hanoi and Saigon," by Neil Sheehan: " The Peace Review, Summer 1993
  • "The Naked Culture," Spindrift, 1993
  • "Nuts with guns versus gun nuts: a rural view," The Seattle Times, Feb. 1, 1994.
  • "The Climb," Making A Difference: Personal Essays by Today's College Teachers, Townsend Press, 1998.  (3rd Place, national essay contest)
  • "We shouldn't have to pay to enjoy our forests," The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Sept. 30, 2000
  • "War is not acceptable in global view of world," The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Oct. 19, 2002
  • "Genetic Engineering for Better Suburbia,"  The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Feb. 11, 2005

 

Short Fiction

  • "Of Course," Jeopardy, Spring 1983
  • "For the Janitor," Jeopardy, Spring 1985
  • "The Scarf," Crosscurrents, Spring 1997
  • "The Doodle," Connections, Winter 2001
  • "The Vegetarian," Rosebud, Issue 22, 2001
  • "Items Borrowed," The Circle, Spring, 2003
  • "Family Album," Spindrift, Spring 2003
  • "The Volunteer," Thema, Summer 2003
  • "The Melted Buddha," Confrontation, 2004
  • "The Mindful," The Iconoclast
  • "Spencer's Groove," Spindrift, 2008