Nebraska Authors

Thomas James Bruner

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE
Niobrara, NE
Crofton, NE
Bloomfield, NE
North Platte, NE
Verdigre, NE
Devil's Nest

Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Nonfiction
  • Play/Screenplay

Keywords

Fiction; Plays; Nebraska

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Education Degree in Communication and English, 1973, Wayne State College, Wayne, NE
Master of Arts Degree in Counseling Psychology, 1978, University of Nebraska-Kearney, Kearney, NE
Graduate Coursework at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, University of Nebraska-Kearney, and Chadron State College, Nebraska

Occupation

Teacher
Counselor
Writer
Farmer
Construction Worker
Grease Jockey
Baseball Coach

Places Worked

KOOQ Radio, North Platte, NE

Bibliography

Stories I'll Bury in Bloompatch: A Baby Boomer Remembers 1960. 2004.

Plays:
Play commemorating Niobrara's 125th year of existance. 1981.
Treasure of Deadman's Swamp. 1983.
Bloomfield, NE Centennial Pageant. 1990. (commissioned play)
Crofton, NE Centennial Pageant. 1992. (commissioned play)

Radio Program:
White Horse Video Review. 1982-1983.

Articles featured in:
NPGA Journal. 1980.
Speaking for Children. 1983.
North Platte Telegraph. 1996.

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