Norton R. Nowlin
Norton R. Nowlin was born in Oklahoma City, in 1951, and grew up in rural East Texas, where he was graduated from John Tyler High School in 1970. After a year studying engineering at Tyler Junior College, Norton enlisted in the Vietnam-Era U.S. Marine Corps and spent six years working as an engineering electronics technician, rising to the rank of sergeant E-5. In 1977, Norton was honorably discharged from the Marine Corps and returned to Tyler, Texas, where he continued his undergraduate education and began his writing career as a poet, more...
A Measure of Worth
A Far, and Distant, Hope
A Short Treatise on Online Learning
An Essay on Public School Discipline
Dealing with Illegal Immigration: A Crucial Mandate, not an Option
The Case of Keyes v. Obama, Further Updates
The Variables of Learning
Alone and Gone, Unnaturally
Is That All There Is?
Oh Remember Him
Sad Evenings and Facades
The Cluttered Desk