Fred Arlius Powledge, American freelance writer. Russell Sage fellow Russell Sage Foundation, 1966-1967; travel and study grantee Ford Foundation, 1971, 93-94. Member Board Library Trustees, St. Mary's County, Maryland With United States Army Reserve, 1957. Member National Association Science Writers.
Writer, editor Associated Press, New Haven, 1958-1960. Reporter Atlanta Journal, 1960-1963, New York Times, New York City, 1963-1966. Freelance journalist, since 1966.
Lecturer New School, New York City, 1967-1969, 80-82. Narrator, co-producer, writer W National Educational Television-television/13, New York City, 1972.
- Working River
- Emphasizing the need to respect and appreciate rivers everywhere, an examination of one working river in Maryland, the Paxutent, explores the history of rivers, their influence on the environment, and how perceptions of rivers have changed.
- Born on the circus
- Describes the hard work and excitement of circus life as seen through the eyes of an eleven-year-old who performs as juggler, trampoline artist, and horseback rider.
- Pharmacy In The Forest: How Medicines Are Found In The Natural World
- Most of us in the developed world are used to getting our medicines in the form of capsules or pills or syrups.
- A Forgiving Wind- On Becoming A Sailor.
- The author describes his fascination with becoming a sailor which didn't occur until after his fortieth year.
Born February 23, 1935
1958 - 1960
1958 - 1960
1960 - 1963
1963 - 1966