J.R. Dunn, consulting editor, has been involved in several fields of business including real estate, infotech, and PR.
managed a real estate corporation in Northern New Jersey for a decade beginning in the late '70s (think Glengarry Glen Ross).
During the dot-com epoch, he
worked at a pioneering Wall Street business database firm until 9/11 wiped out many of the company's clients.
In recent years, he has worked for Novita, a New Jersey political PR agency.
As a writer, J.R. has published three critically acclaimed novels: This Side of Judgment (1994), Days of Cain (1997), and Full Tide of Night (1998).
has also published a number of shorts and articles in various magazines and anthologies.
worked on the academic encyclopedia The International Military Encyclopedia (1992- ) as associate editor for twelve years.
first book on politics deals with the inexplicably overlooked fact that liberal policies (criminal justice "reform," the CAFE standards, the DDT ban, etc.) tend to kill Americans by the tens of thousands.
Provisionally titled Death by Liberalism, the book will be appearing later this year.
He is not the British thrash guitarist,
the Texas C&W
the British sword & sorcery novelist,
or the Florida jeweler.
Nor is he
the author of the superb "Comparison of NBR with other oil resistant rubbers for automotive applications," widely viewed as standard work in its field.