(A post-blast life-affirming fantasy, in which the lone su...)
A post-blast life-affirming fantasy, in which the lone survivor finds a baby in the kiva, rears him, loses him, goes Zen-crazy walking from Duke City to the Gulf of California, where he survives a very long time and finds love and meaning among the dolphins and the octopi...
He attended Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania, and received a Bachelor of Arts in chemistry and mathematics. He received a master"s of divinity at Princeton Theological Seminary and studied Spanish at University of Madrid.
Willson"s views toward the church slowly changed, and he left the ministry in 1966. Amador Publishers, Limited Liability Company, has published more than thirty titles from more than fifteen authors, including Gene H. Bell-Villada, Donald Gutierrez, and Eva Krutein.
Willson believed his authors emphasized themes he valued, peace, ecology, harmony, and feminism.
President United Nations Organization, 1976. Host Servas, Albuquerque, 1986-1994. Activist CItizens for Alternatives to Radioactive Dumping, since 1980.
Active ABQ Center for Peace and Justice, since 1984.
Married Christine Kuhn, August 24, 1952 (divorced July 1970). Children: Mary Christine Harrigan, Thomas Andrew, John Mark.