Taylor receives 2009 WCDH Fellowship

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

EUREKA SPRINGS -- Michael Ray Taylor, cave explorer, author and professor at Henderson State University, has been awarded the 2009 Hagin-Kaye Travel Writing Fellowship by the Writers' Colony at Dairy Hollow.

Taylor, who teaches Mass Media Communications at Henderson, has authored three nonfiction adventure and science books and more than 100 articles for publications from National Geographic to Sports Illustrated.

Taylor is currently working on a novel, a humor book and a series of natural history articles. "I've accomplished more writing in two weeks at the Colony than in the previous six months," he said.

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  • Congratulations, Mike! Very cool, and great for your vita. Pls send me privately a link to the fellowship program. I know another in the TX Hill Country that you should apply for. You should come to TCR some time.

    -- Posted by Roger Moore on Thu, Nov 5, 2009, at 11:54 AM
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