Oklahoma based author Marilyn A. Hudson has been called the 'genie of bizarre historical research' (1) and her fiction writing has been described as 'darkly poetic' (2)...
"Her nonfiction delivers the stories and events that missed the major history books and her fiction stirs the imagination."
The latest book by this author is a survey of the stories of things seen in the sky and on the ground in Oklahoma from 1947-1969, entitled SOONER SAUCERS. Hudson's previous work featured tales and people from Oklahoma's Gilded Age with Oklahoma Bad Girls.
Marilyn A. Hudson has been a library professional in public, school, and academic libraries. Listed in the 1997 Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities, she was the 2002 recipient of the OLA Outstanding New Librarian Award, and member of the Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society, Golden Key, and Phi Kappa Phi.
Her general research interests are in history, especially social, religious, and church history; women’s studies; mythology, folklore and storytelling.
She started writing by authoring essays, articles, and editorials in a number of periodicals, serving as a contributing editor for two and as a newspaper stringer in Enid, Oklahoma. Over the years she has been newsletter editor for several organizational newsletters.
She has presented workshops, speeches and shared stories to a diverse range of audiences she kept spellbound and engaged.
Hudson was lead writer and editor of the book, One Night Club and A Mule Barn: The First 60 Years of Southwestern Christian University and authored, Those Pesky Verses of Paul: Examining Women in the New Testament, Elephant Hips are Expensive, When Death Rode the Rails, Madame Delaine, Noel Brooks, The Windows of Wesley, Stories Stage Center and others.
Her fictional works include the novels, The Bones of Summer, The Mound, Foul Harvest and The Sword of Anath.
She received a B.A. in History and an M.L.I.S. from the University of Oklahoma.
Source 1: Doug Dawgz Blog
Source 2: Author Keith Pyeatt
Visit her blog, UKOSKIES for more on the topic of UFOs or as they are now termed by the military, UAOs.