Behrens, John C.
BEHRENS, John C.
BEHRENS, John C. (Jack). American, b. 1933. Genres: Business/Trade/Industry, History, How-to books, Money/Finance, Music, Writing/Journalism. Career: Professor of Journalism, 1965-, Curator, Student Press Archives, 1967-, Director, PR/J Programs, 1986-92, Utica College of Syracuse University; Ed., Commerce Commentary, 1967-. Columnist, American Printer, 1978-99. Business Columnist, The Elks, 1976-. Journalist, Pacific Stars and Stripes, 1957-58; Newspaper ed. in Ohio, 1958-62; Chairman, Journalism Dept., Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, 1962-63; Assistant Professor of Journalism, Marshall University, Huntington, W. Virginia, 1963-65; Editor, Laubach's Literary Advance, 1984-86; Editor, Home Business Journal, 1995-2001. Publications: Magazine Writers' Workbook, 1968, 3rd ed., 1983; Reporting Worktext, 1974; Typewriter Guerrillas: Closeups of 20 Top Investigative Reporters, 1977, 2nd ed., 1979; Student Press Archives Directory, 1987; The Writing Business, 1991; Pioneering Generations: The Utica College Story, 1997; The Big Band Days: A Memoir and Source Book, 2003. EDITOR: Wood and Stone: Landmarks of Mohawk Valley, 1972; Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute's Biennials, 1988-1998; The School of Art: The 1st 50 Years at M-W-P, 1991; Mohawk Valley Almanac (NY) 1994; CMA Student Press: A Bibliography of Cases, 1994; CMA Student Press Annotated Guide to Cases, 1994. Address: 57 Stebbins Dr, Clinton, NY 13323, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]; writerjackweb.com