Scott E. Green

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Scott E. Green (born June 3, 1951) is a New Hampshire non-fiction writer and poet and a four-term member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives for Manchester.[1]

He is a past Vice-President of the National Writers Union and a trustee for its At-Large chapter;[2] and past-president of the Science Fiction Poetry Association.

Life[edit]

He is a graduate of Bates College (B.A. Asian History) and Rhode Island College (M.A., American History.

Works[edit]

Non-fiction
Poetry

References[edit]

  1. ^ The New Hampshire Primary
  2. ^ "Biden Earns Another Round of Endorsements in the Granite State" The New Hampshire Primary.com Aug. 21, 2007 [1]

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