Paul Haeder

Paul K. Haeder lives in Seattle on his way to Vancouver-Portland "area" in July 2012, after having worked as a communications, language, composition, writing and literature instructor of the freeway flier variety (adjunct college instructor) in El Paso for the University of Texas, the El Paso Community College, many language institutes, Park College, the US Army as a college instructor, La Tuna Federal Correctional Institute teaching college composition, Packard Electric in Juarez as a language teacher and New Mexico State University, and several cities in Mexico. He's been a journalist in Southern Arizona, El Paso, Spokane, and in Mexico, having worked for the LA Times Syndicate, E-Magazine and other publications. He cut his teeth in Bisbee and the US-Mexico border as a beat newspaper reporter.


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