About Me

Milt is the winner of the Paul Gillette Award in 2011 for Pike’s Peak Writers. He writes speculative fiction suspense novels, short stories and the odd poem–and I mean odd. Take the F…ing Fly is an illustrated poem, in colors straight from the river, and language straight from a fisherman. Click on cover and Look Inside for a preview.

Green River November trip 2011

Green River November trip 2011

Milt grew up in Colorado, spent most of his life in the Navy, and now lives in Northern Colorado. He reads widely and in most genres. Favorite author, James Lee Burke. He enjoys fly fishing, road bicycling, hiking and camping, and is usually with his lovely wife, wonderful children, and a certain grandson with wide blue eyes and a devilish grin.

If you make a funny face you'll feel better

If you make a funny face you’ll feel better

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4 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Dick Maguire

    Milt, Wow! We’ll have to talk to catch up with what we’ve all been up to. Judging by your website, you win.
    Just wanted to catch you up with some Maguire news that might interest you. You remember our son, Trip? Born at Ninewells while we were in Edzell? He’s now LT Richard F. Maguire III, MC, USN. He’s the Bn Surgeon for 1st Bn, 8th Marines.

    Semper Fi!

    Dick & Betsy Maguire

     
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    1. milt

      Hi, Dick. Glad you found my website. Got your email address and will contact you. Hope you enjoy this site and take a look at a few books. Dan of “Dan’s War’ is based a little on my experience in Edzell–with the secret missions etc. I was also once a Battalion Surgeon for 1/6, 2/6 and 10th Marines in Lejeune, back in 81-82. Some of the experiences with the Marines and as a doctor at the VA I used in my book, ‘The Guide.’Cheers. Milt

       
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