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Editor , writer , poet

Delma Luben, American writer, poet, editor. Nominee Federal Womens Award, United States Department Defense, 1972, 1974. Member of International Society Poets for Peace, Society Southwestern Authors (publicity director, historian 1980-1983).

Background

Luben, Delma was born on January 6, 1925 in Soda Springs, Idaho, United States. Daughter of Delbert John and Madge Butler Panting.

Education

Student, Weber College, 1954—1957.

Career

Technical writer United States Army Communications Command, Fort Huachuca, Arizona, 1957—1959, manpower manager, 1959—1963, chief, administration, 1963—1967. Executive editor Sierra Vista Daily Dispatch, 1968—1969. Chief, protocol World Wide Communications Command, Fort Huachaca, 1970—1976.

Contributing editor Writers World Magazine, Big Stone Gap, Virginia, 1979—1983. Writing teacher in field.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Protocol Officer Handbook, 1976, Poems for Poets & Writers, 1990, The Universal Experience, 1995, The Freedom Nation, 1996, The Writing World, 2003, Glorious Autumn, 2005, The Other Sheep, 2006. Producer, host (television series) The Writing World, Tucson, 1980-1983, (radio series) Poetry for the Public, Phoenix, 1985.

Membership

Member of International Society Poets for Peace, Society Southwestern Authors (publicity director, historian 1980-1983).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Religious history, philosophy, travel.

Connections

Married Robert Lee Luben, August 26, 1945 (deceased). Children: Hal R., Lyn D.

father:
Delbert John

mother:
Madge Butler Panting

spouse:
Robert Lee Luben

children:
Hal R. Luben

Lyn D. Luben