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Brian Wizard, American Publisher, author. Ordained to ministry Universal Life Church, 1997. Decorated Air medals (26), Aviator Flight Wings; recipient Certified of Appreciation, President Richard M. Nixon.

Background

Wizard, Brian was born on June 24, 1949 in Newburyport, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Russell and Ruth (Hidden) Willard.

Education

Bachelor, Sonoma State University, California, 1976. Doctor of Metaphysics, Universal Life Church, 1997.

Career

Private practice as jeweler, sculptor and craftsman, California, 1974-1979. Wallowa, Oregon, since 1991. Principal The Starquill Public, Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia, 1981-1986.

Owner Starquill International, Wallowa, Oregon. Counter-fraud Specialist Fighting Global Finance Terrorism, 1999—2006.

Achievements

  • Achievements include renovator of the historic tope creek lookout.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: (novel) The Will He Make it Saga (contender 1998 Pulitzer prize), Permission to Kill, 1985, Permission to Live, 1992 (Nobel Prize for literature nominee 2000), Back in the World, 1995. Shindara, 1990, Heaven on Earth, 1998, Coming of Age, 1990, Pollution IV, 1993. Nigerian 419 Scam "Game Over!", 2000, Brazilian, Portuguese translation, 2005, Space Egg, 2007, Space Egg Trilogy, Books I, II, and III, 2010.

      (short stories) Tropical Pair, 1986, Metempsychosis, 1988 (In Search of) The Silver Lining, 1994, The Moon Whistling By on a Cloud, 1994, (The Princess of the) Wildflowers, 1995, Mushroom Magic, 1996, Vietnam 1999! Make Friends Not War, (Aorence Vietnam Short Story winner) Beware of the Reload, 2003, Beware of Classified Ad Fraud, 2004, Psychology of Financial Terrorism, 2004, Beware of the 419 Employment Scam, 2005, Beware of the 419 Chat Scam, 2005, Space Egg, 2005, Don't Be Scammed-Be Informed, 2006. Audio books: Game Over!, 2002. Producer (video documentary) Thunderhawks, 1987, Swift Action Newsteam, Tope Creek Lookout, 1995, Make Friends Not War: Return to Vietnam, 1999, 1999, Viet Nam: "Then and Again" 2005 (Best Doctor New York Indie Film Festival) Viet Nam: "Then, Again and Beyond" 2010.

      Music videos. (I don't want) Permission to Kill, (Certified of Achievement Billboard, 1993) 1988, Your Days are Numbered, 2010, Smok'n Our Way into History, 2010. Music: songwriter, performer, producer (I Don't Want) Permission to Kill, 1989 (Achievement award), Busker's Theme Song, Living in North Queensland, Circus Act, Hitch Hiking Man, Self-Portrait, The Love We Share Will Never End, 1994, Never Met a Girl Like You, Folk-Rock Opera: A Cover Story: After That Ugly Saloon Incident, 2005, Roadtall Stew, 2006.

      Contributor to America's Finest Songwriter and Lyricists Civil Defense, 1997, Thunderhawks video sound track, Smoke'n Our Way into History, 2010, Your Days are Numbered, 2010. Sculptor, jeweler Playwright: Rocky Raccoon Folk Rock Opera and Road Kill Stew Opera stage plays, (Honorable Mention award 2006, Writer Digest Stage Play Competition award 2009).

Membership

Renovator history landmark The Tope Creek Lookout (Skyship). Member National History Lookout Register. Sponsor Adopt A Highway, 1995.

Minister Universal Life Church. Ambassador at large Africa Anti Fraud Alliance. With United States Army, 1967-1970.

Member Veterans of Foreign Wars, 145th Combat Aviation Battalion Association, Vietnam Combat Veterans Association, Vietnam Veterans American, Vietnam Veterans Australia Association, National Rifle Association (certified handgun instructor, 2002).

Connections

father:
Russell Willard

mother:
Ruth (Hidden) Willard