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Schedule of Events

  BOOK SIGNINGS / READINGS FOR “VIETNAM…AGAIN” March 23, 2017 Book reading/signing  at the Hobart Public Library, Hobart, Oklahoma. 7:00 pm Sponsored by the Hobart Friends of the Library.   March 25, 2017 Book reading/signing at the Sallisaw Public Library, … Continue reading

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Where’s The Ivy – Interview

Q: Marc, what inspired your to write Where’s the Ivy? Where does this story come from? A: Many years ago, someone had read a brief article I had written for my company’s newsletter and told me, “Hey, you can really … Continue reading

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I have been waiting for the cover for my new book to arrive.  This is it.  The folks at Imzadi Publishing are so wonderful to work with.  The editor catches every little goof I make and the graphic designer is … Continue reading

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High School Reunions

by Marc Cullisonmcullison.com I’d had no interest in high school reunions until 12 years ago.  Oh, I had attended one, the 20th reunion in Blackwell, Oklahoma. That’s where I graduated from high school; my alma mater. My family moved to … Continue reading

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by Marc Cullison   [mcullison.com] My second book, “The Other Vietnam War”, was released for publication on May 12, 2015. A number of folks ordered it on that first day, more since then. I’m glad, not for the royalties that … Continue reading

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by Marc Cullison [mcullison.com] My second book is due out from the publisher, Imzadi Publishing of Tulsa, Oklahoma, on May 12, 2015.  It’s called “The Other Vietnam War; A Helicopter Pilot’s Life in Vietnam”.  It took over 40 years to … Continue reading

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by Marc Cullison   [mcullison.com] Since my leave of absence from blogging, I have been working furiously to get a grasp on what retrement really is. I’ve yet to savor the full taste of it. I had envisioned a life … Continue reading

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