Ken Zick is the recently “retired” Vice-President and Dean, Student Affairs and Professor of Law at Wake Forest University. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Albion College, Ken earned his Juris Doctor at Wayne State University and a post-graduate M.L.S. at the University of Michigan, where he was a Michigan Scholar in College Teaching. He has been a speaker at numerous national conferences, President of the American Society of Writers on Legal Subjects, a member of several American Bar Association Law School Accreditation teams, and a consultant in student affairs administration. In 1987 he was elected to membership in the Order of the Barristers and occasionally directs and teaches in the law school’s summer law program in England. In the summer of 1990 he served as an advisor to the East German Parliament on a Ford Foundation fellowship. Twice, he has been selected to receive the Wake Forest Student Government Association’s “Administrator of the Year Award.” In 2007 he was selected for the Atlantic Coast Conference’s inaugural “Advisor of the Year” award.
An anthology of stories, poems, essays,
Interviews, and testimonies,
written by women around the globe,
and compiled by Catherine Beeckman
Catherine Beeckman was born in Belgium in 1962.
As a child and teen-ager, she lived in many different countries hence most of her
memories are deeply rooted in Africa and South America.
Catherine graduated from the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium in 1983
with a degree in Semiology. After graduation, she continued her travels and
subsequently lived in eleven different countries in Africa, Europe, Asia and the
Americas. Her enduring love for languages, culture and people has allowed her
to learn and teach languages in distinct educational institutions all over the world.
In addition, she has been driven to work with a variety of charitable organizations
in each country where she has resided. Catherine is married, she has five
children ranging in age from five to twenty three who have chosen her life style,
travelling and studying all around the planet.
She currently calls Winston Salem, North Carolina her home.
Hunters’ Paradise is the first novel by John Jamison.
A former North Carolina journalist, he had careers in journalism, public relations, and alcoholism treatment. He is a graduate of the School of Journalism, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was an aviator and patrol plane commander in the United States Navy.
He is the father of two sons and two daughters and grandfather of five boys and three girls. He and his wife, Curry, tend a garden and live on a mountain ridge overlooking Asheville, North Carolina.