About L. Wade Powers
L. Wade Powers is the pen name for fiction written by Lawrence Wade Powers, a retired academic dean and professor emeritus of natural sciences. Powers is the author of a textbook and several papers on hematology, monographs and papers on marine biology and animal behavior, and articles on the history of the Pacific Northwest, especially the Klamath Basin of eastern Oregon. As Lawrence W. Powers, he wrote the script for an Anders Tomlinson documentary film, Fields of Splendor (2005), and three articles for Oregon Encyclopedia, an online reference website. He has served as the creative nonfiction editor for Timberline Review, and as a contributing editor for the Journal of the Shaw Historical Library. Powers is a member of Willamette Writers, Oregon Authors, and the Northwest Independent Writers Association (NIWA). His contributions have appeared in the last five annual issues of the NIWA anthologies.
I was recently (January 2022) the guest author on William J. Cook's blog on indie authors. It was a great opportunity to share some views on writing, to plug my latest effort, and visit online with a fellow author and friend. You can access his interviews at authorwilliamcook.com/blog. Thank you, Bill.
Larry lives in Eastern Oregon with a beautiful wife, a very strange cat, and surrounded by four seasons of glorious nature, except for the damned midges. A number of other writing projects are in the plans, including novels on time travel, a near future dystopia, a nature fantasy about life in a tide pool and adjacent beach, and additional articles on the history and culture of the Land of the Lakes (southern Oregon, northeastern California, northwestern Nevada, and southwestern Idaho).