Nebraska Authors

Bruce Dillman

Born 1934-12-03 Kansas City, KS (USA)

Died 2006-08-18
Gene Autry, OK (USA)

Buried

Gene Autry Cemetery, Gene Autry, OK

The author worked in broadcasting, college teaching, sales, communication training and publishing. Dillman wrote two books, the more popular of the which is The Cowboy Handbook. The book is endorsed by a number of prominent people from Gene Autry to Johnny Western and is referenced by prominent authors such as Holly George-Warren and Douglas Green.

Places Lived

Kansas City, KS
Dodge City, KS
Colorado
Cailfornia
Boise, ID
Lincoln, NE
Gene Autry, OK

Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Play/Screenplay
  • Other

Keywords

Fiction; Plays; Commentary; Editorials

Education

Bachelor of Science in Journalism, University of Kansas
Master of Arts in Broadcasting, University of Kansas

Occupation

Assistant Professor
Radio Announcer
Newsletter Editor and Publisher

Places Worked

St. Mary of the Plains College, Dodge City, KS
KBOI Radio, Boise, ID
KECIL/KHAT Radio, Lincoln, NE

Associations

Gene Autry Museum

Bibliography

Results on Target: Practical Steps to Improve Results and Avoid Traps. 1989.
The Cowboy Handbook: A Guide to Your Cowboy Heritage -- Fun, Facts & Philosophy. 1994.

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