DAVID EMIL HENDERSON began his journalism career in 1960s magazines, when he wrote personal interviews with Henry Fonda, Barbra Streisand, Robert Preston, Charlton Heston, and other luminaries, along with a range of news and features. As editor for a Chicago suburban newspaper chain owned by Time, Inc., he directed the content of The Evanston Review, chosen by a national newspaper publishers’ association as First in the Nation for General Excellence. Later, as editor and publisher of a Montana weekly newspaper, he won the press association’s top statewide awards for editorial writing, column writing, feature stories, and news reports. In California, he created national print and video marketing programs for San Francisco Bay Area daily newspapers, including those owned by Gannett, The Tribune Company, Media News Group, and The New York Times. He now owns a small-market publishing enterprise in Northern California, where he is lovingly partnered with his wife of 50 years. Included in his enterprises are two novels: “Montana Midnight,” a tense and sometimes humorous portrait of a small town caught in a fiery clash between environmental militants and corporate kingpins; and “Escape!”, which follows an architect and a feisty beauty on a 2200-mile journey to evade powerful men with mysterious motives.
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