Nebraska Authors

Monte Reichenberg

Born 1950 Ogallala, NE (USA)

Places Lived

Arthur, NE
North Platte, NE
Bayard-Scottsbluff area, NE (In NE, 1950-1994)
Illinois (since 1994)
Moorcroft, WY

Author Of

  • Journalism
  • Poetry

Keywords

Journalist; Children's writer; Coloring Book design; Cowboy poetry; Presbyterian minister

Education

High School Graduate
Master of Divinity in 2005, Christian Theological Seminary, Indianapolis, IN.

Occupation

Journalist
Free-lance writer
Ranch hand, "Ranch and feedlot cowboy, Ranch and feedlot foreman"
Union Pacific Railroad
"Oregon Trail Wagon Train, wagon master and guide"
Artist-in-the-Schools, NE and KS
Minister Presbyterian Church (USA)

Places Worked

Scottsbluff Star Journal
Cattle Country News, Brush, CO
First Presbyterian Church of Moorcroft, WY

Honors

Scottsbluff Star-Hearld Regional Correspondent of the Week

Bibliography

When It Quits Hurting. 1988.
Cheating Chet. 1991.
Sam, Old Kate and I. 1993.
It'll Fell Better.

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