Sherman, Steve (Barry)

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SHERMAN, Steve (Barry)

SHERMAN, Steve (Barry). American, b. 1938. Genres: Travel/Exploration, Novels. Career: Freelance writer, 1971-. High school English teacher in Glendale, California, 1961- 63; elementary sch. teacher in Ruby, Alaska, 1963-64; Research Librarian, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, 1967-69; Reporter, Anchorage Daily News, Alaska, 1971. Publications: ABC's of Library Promotion, 1971; Bike Hiking, 1974; The Wood Stove and Fireplace Book, 1976; Appalachian Odyssey: Walking the Trail from Georgia to Maine, 1977; Wreaths for All Seasons, 1986; Christmas Wreaths, 1987; The Maple Sugar Murders, 1987; The White Mountain Murders, 1989; A Scott Nearing Reader: The Good Life in Bad Times, 1989; Grand Monadnock: Exploring the Most Popular Mountain in America, 1990; The Ultimate Soup Book, 1991; Country Roads of New Hampshire, 1993; Country Roads of Connecticut and Rhode Island, 1994; Nature Walks in Southern New Hampshire, 1994; Nature Walks in the New Hampshire Lakes Region, 1997; Primary Crime, 2000; Highboy, 2001. Address: PO Box 174, Hancock, NH 03449- 0174, U.S.A.