Author: William Bridges
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
William Bridges has been a foreign correspondent in Germany for United Press International, as well as day city editor of the Louisville, Ky., Courier-Journal and senior copyeditor for the Free China Journal in Taiwan. Until his recent retirement, he was a professor of journalism and a writing teacher at Franklin College in Indiana as well as director of the Pulliam School of Journalism there. He has published five books of poetry, and a textbook, Dear Viola: Writing, Reporting, and Editing for the Student Journalist In 2000, he was a member of an archaeological team on the remote Scottish island of St. Kilda, and he is currently engaged in translating St. Kildan poetry from the Gaelic. He and his wife, Karen Petersen Bridges, live with two cats in Franklin, Indiana. They have four sons, scattered from Kentucky to New York City.
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