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This profile was last updated on 3/29/11  and contains information from public web pages.

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CCN Columnists - Brennen, Neil
ccn.correspondencechess.com, 29 Mar 2011 [cached]
Neil Brennen CCN Columnists - Brennen, Neil
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Neil Brennen is Historian for the Pennsylvania State Chess Federation, and is editor of the PSCF's award-winning magazine The Pennswoodpusher. He is a frequent contributor to Correspondence Chess News. His articles on chess history have been published on-line at The Chess Cafe and The Campbell Report, and in printed form in Quarterly for Chess History, California Chess Journal, Illinois Chess Bulletin, Iowa Chess News En Passant, Przeglad Szachowy, and other publications.
A selection of rejection letters from The Campbell Report by Neil Brennen
www.correspondencechess.com, 16 April 2006 [cached]
Neil Brennen
Neil Brennen is Historian for the Pennsylvania State Chess Federation , and is editor of the PSCF's award winning magazine The Pennswoodpusher. Until recently he was a columnist for Correspondence Chess News . Aside from CCN, his articles on chess history have been published at The Chess Cafe , and in Quarterly for Chess History, California Chess Journal , Illinois Chess Bulletin , and other publications.
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Neil shows his humorous side in the following whimsical speculation on what "rejection letters" sent out by The Campbell Report (me) would look like.
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by Neil Brennen
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We will, however, send it to Neil Brennen, for his consideration, should you wish to marry a chess writer.
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© 2003 Neil Brennen, All Rights Reserved.
The Campbell Report - Correspondence Chess
www.correspondencechess.com, 13 Nov 2003 [cached]
Read fellow chess historian Neil Brennen's tribute to this wonderful chess author A Tribute to Ken Whyld : Three New Lasker Games
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Neil Brennen (14 June 2003): Have you ever thought about what a rejection letter from The Campbell Report would look like? I must admit that I hadn't. But that didn't stop chess journalist Neil Brennen from pondering this significant subject. Read his new article A selection of rejection letters from The Campbell Report to see what happens when a famous chess historian focuses his skills and creativity on chess humor.
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(6 May 2003): Now available is a review by Neil Brennen of the new chess magazine Squares: The Chess World's Picture Magazine . See what Neil thinks in Much Ado About Nothing...
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One chess historian comments on the work of another chess historian ... read Neil Brennen's interesting commentary and his review of the book Walter Penn Shipley: Philadelphia's Friend of Chess by John Hilbert.
The Campbell Report - Correspondence Chess
www.correspondencechess.com, 5 Nov 2005 [cached]
(15 Nov 2005): Wanted: Opponents by Neil Brennen
When you want a cc opponent these days there are many possible resources. But back in 1876, before cc organizations were established, it wasn't so simple. Read chess historian Neil Brennen's article on one player who found a solution to this dilemma. Read Wanted: Opponents by Neil Brennen in the "On the Square" collection.
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Once again this site was named the "Best Correspondence Chess Web Site", and Neil Brennen was recognized with an Honorable Mention in the "Best Historical Article" category for his article at this site "The Process of Creation: Correspondence Play and the Growth of Chess in Texas a Century Ago" . Also, congratulations to CCLA and the editor Joseph Ganem for once again winning "Best Correspondence Chess Magazine" with The Chess Correspondent.
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(9 May 2005): Historical Article by Neil Brennen
"The Historian" is back again with his 10th article at The Campbell Report. It was first published in the January-February 2005 issue of Texas Knights, the official journal of the Texas Chess Association and is republished here with permission of the author. Read The Process of Creation: Correspondence Play and the Growth of Chess in Texas a Century Ago by Neil Brennen in the "On the Square" collection of articles to experience postal chess in Texas a century ago.
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I just posted the Confidential Email from The Historian sent to me by Neil Brennen, otherwise known as The Historian, to the "On the Square" collection.
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Neil Brennen "The Historian"
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Chess historian Neil Brennen has provided another article covering an aspect of American cc history and the need to preserve valuable records for future generations.
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Read the appropriately named Sculpting in Snow by Neil Brennen, who is affectionately known to his friends as "The Historian", based on an attempted insult by a nameless author on a nameless chess newsgroup.
A columnist for Correspondence Chess ...
www.chess-iecc.com, 29 Oct 2001 [cached]
A columnist for Correspondence Chess News, Neil Brennen, summed it up "Claude Bloodgood remains an enigma that grows with investigation.
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