Eric M. Vogt's published works include the poems "To Home" (Minas Tirith Evening Star, 1985), "An Elven Princess" (Minas Tirith Evening Star, 1986), "Simpleness" (American Poetry Anthology, 1987), "Within a Dream" (Taj Mahal Review, 2008), "The Mountain" (Taj Mahal Review, 2008) ,"Last Letter to Wilson's Creek" (The Ozarks Mountaineer, 2012), "Trails True" and "Aftermath" (Journal of the Ozarks, 2013), his journal article "Terrorists in Prison: The Challenge Facing Corrections" (Inside Homeland Security, 2007), his poetry collections, LETTERS TO LARA, PATHS AND POOLS TO PONDER, LIFE LIES IN LAYERS, MY LETTER TO THE WORLD and NORTH COUNTRY CALLS (Amazon, 2013), and his law enforcement handbook TERRORISTS WITHIN OUR WALLS The Principles of Correctional Counterterrorism (Amazon, 2013).
Eric grew up in New England. He lives in the North Country of New Hampshire with his two Pembroke Welsh Corgis, Sissy Longstreet and Jack the Crackerjack Welshman.
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