Black Book Talk on 01/06/11
Hosts Emma Jackson Ford, Patricia Welch and O.B. Hill speak with Robert Greer, who writes black cowboy mysteries. His latest book is "First of State."
Robert Greer is a professor of pathology, medicine, surgery, and dentistry at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center where he specializes in head and neck pathology and cancer research. He also holds a masters degree in Creative Writing from Boston University and an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Miami University, his alma mater. Greer has lived in Denver for thirty years. In 1986 he founded The High Plains Literary Review and continues to serve as its editor-in-chief. He is the author or co-author of three medical textbooks and over 125 scientific articles. His short stories have appeared in dozens of national literary magazines and are available in his short story collection, ISOLATION AND OTHER STORIES.
This program was originally scheduled for last month.