For more than thirty years, Bill Loewenstein has been a professional writer and writing teacher living both on the mainland and in the South Pacific. He has a bachelor's in journalism from Michigan State University and a master's in communication from Western Michigan University. He has written for and edited weekly and daily newspapers in the Pacific, served as a foreign correspondent for magazines and newspapers, traveled widely throughout Asia and Indochina, and advised government and non-profit agencies in the United States. He currently teaches both fiction and non-fiction writing at Baker College and Michigan State University. During the years he lived in the South Pacific he published a widely read island newspaper, and although he now lives on the mainland, Word Smitten's team delights in providing Bill with his own private cyber island within our editorial pages.

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