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Eugene Allen Wilson

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  1. Imagine a story…a dramatic story based on one of the most poignant issues found all societies and cultures. Since the dawn of human civilization, this issue has been the principle cause behind numerous uprisings, conflicts and wars throughout human history. Within this nation alone, tens of thousands of people have, within the past few decades, risen up in civil rebellion, mounted protests movements and fought all the way to the highest court in the land in their attempt to resolve this troubling issue. Dear reader, I invite you to experience a story whose central theme is
  2. Deadly Artifact A new and original science fiction adventure novel by Eugene Allen Wilson (400 years in the making) Greetings everyone, I wish to present to you a story about three urban high school teenagers; Vernon Clark, Ronald Clark and Victor Williams. These teenagers are in serious trouble with the law. You see, two Air Force military officers have alleged that these teenagers stole a military grade communications device. These teens, if caught, could face a stiff prison sentence. Actually, the teenagers are in possession of two devices. The first is a highly ad
  3. DEADLY ARTIFACT: A Science Fiction Novel By Eugene Allen Wilson FINAL SCENE OF CHAPTER 35 They both laugh. He pulls a folded sheet of paper out of his right pants pocket and hands it to her. “What’s that?” She asks with surprise. “It’s a poem I wrote for you,” he replies with noticeable glee. “When did you start writing poetry?” “Just before I begin putting those love notes in your hallway locker. Until you confronted me, I was going to put this in your locker too. So, I just kept it. It’s kind of old, but I think you’ll like it.” She removes the paper from his hand and u
  4. I am quite sure that many of us have heard this before. The challenges facing minority authors, black authors in particularly seem overwhelming. Like many black people, I grew up watching many of those early science fiction movies and television programs. The Day The Earth Stood Still, They Came From Outer Space, Lost In Space and my all time favorite…Star Trek (The Original Series) were my favorites. I never bothered with diversity questions until I entered high school during the early 1970s. Like many teens during those integration years, I became deeply affected by the lack of diversity in
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