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About Way 2 Age
- Written by Chuck Guilford
Copyright © 2008-2011 by Chuck Guilford.
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About the Site
Way 2 Age is an interactive online community focused on healthy, creative aging. Our mission is to provide a venue for exploring the rewards and challenges of the aging process.
We invite you to become a member and to share your stories, information, jokes, hobbies, wisdom, research, poems, pictures, and videos. As you do, and as you interact with others from around the world who are doing the same, you should discover fresh insights and new perspectives that will enrich and enlarge your experience.
We provide a structure that will allow that process to happen. Besides offering blogs and commenting features that enable you to contribute to the site, we also provide some core ideas, which you are free to comment on, and regular links to and news from other sites that we believe may be of interest.
And, as with any Web site, this one is a work in progress---always evolving and growing. Come back often to see what we're up to.
About the Author
Chuck Guilford is the creator of Paradigm Online Writing Assistant, and his textbook, Beginning College Writing, was published by Little, Brown. He is also the author of many poems, stories, essays, reviews, and articles, which have appeared in Poetry, College Composition and Communication, College English, Coyote\'s Journal, and other places. Besides Paradigm and this site, he is the creator of poetryexpress.org. What Counts, a chapbook collection of his poems, is available from Limberlost Press.
He has thirty years of experience teaching a variety of university-level courses. He holds a Ph.D. in English and is an emeritus English professor at Boise State University, where he taught composition, creative writing, and literature classes at both graduate and undergraduate levels. He has also taught numerous poetry workshops for young people.
A longtime member of N.C.T.E. and C.C.C.C., he has been a frequent conference participant and is the founder of the Conference on Basic Writing (C.B.W.), a 4C's special interest group.