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Bewildering Stories

Thomas F. Wylie

Bewildering Stories biography

Tom Wylie has lived and worked in New England most of his life. Born in Albany, New York, he began his career as a teacher on the Island of Panay in the Philippines with the U.S. Peace Corps and followed it with service as a VISTA Volunteer in Waterloo, Iowa. He worked for several years as a community organizer prior to graduate studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst campus. He has worked in higher education for 30 years at colleges in Boston, Maine and Rhode Island.

A life-long runner, he has completed twelve marathons, with a personal best of 3:02, and one ultra (50-mile) marathon. And he writes; 40+ years of journals, letters, observations, and academic papers. He holds a belief, similar to that attributed to Anais Nin, that writing through journaling is a “source of personal liberation.” In October 2014 he published Cold Car, a collection of his poems.

Copyright © 2011 by Thomas F. Wylie

Bewildering Stories bibliography

Search Light
Thought Collector
Jabs and Stabs
Cold Car
Bad Chair
Late for Dinner
The Attempt
Let Go

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