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Forty Years At Hardin-Simmons: A Found Notebook

Hardin-Simmons University Pond and Gazebo. Photo credit: HSU Marketing & Communications Office.

Hardin-Simmons University Pond and Gazebo. Photo credit: HSU Marketing & Communications Office.

Robert A. Fink, Ph. D.

W. D. and Hollis R. Bond Professor of English

Director of Creative Writing

Hardin-Simmons University

Abilene, Texas

Susan Pigott

Susan Pigott

Chapters:

1.    Acknowledgements
2.    “I’ll Be There”
3.    Why Still Teaching, Still Writing?
4.    Famous Are Thy Halls
5.    The Richardson Connection
6.    Bats In Bob’s Belfry
7.    The Process: How We Got Here
8.    The Supreme Artists Of Kindness
9.    Thinking Of Women At Easter
10.     A Study In Self
11.   Why We Need Aggressive Leadership: Aggression Versus Depression
12.   Our Story
13.   Two Roads Diverged
14.   Winnsboro High School Class Of 1964 Fiftieth Reunion
15.   J. D. Sandefer: Heritage Of Light
16.   Oluf Julius Olsen: A Quiet Man Of Science And Faith
17.   Shoeless Joe’s Bat
18.   Giving Thanks: My Friend John Peslak
19.   Dr. Carl Trusler: Hardin-Simmons Distinguished Alumnus, Friend
20.   Wrangler
21.   The Runaway Poet (In Memory Of Wrangler)
22.   A Gratitude For Lent
23.   A Small Thank You To The Hardin-Simmons Faculty
24.   An Appreciation: Aubrey Gearner, Jr., Elton Trueblood, And The Hardin-Simmons Family
25.   Experiencing Viktor Frankl: To The Hardin-Simmons Family
26.   Inside The Box, Thinking
27.   Millennials: A Good Word
28.   Song
29.   Where Have All The Poets Gone
30.   Writing Toward Grace And Beauty: A Process Of Faith

Julie Fink

Julie Fink