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Neil R. Brennen

Editor of the Award-Winning Magazine

Pennsylvania State Chess Federation

HQ Phone:  (610) 385-3751

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Pennsylvania State Chess Federation

108 Russell Ave.

Douglassville, Pennsylvania, 19518

United States

Company Description

The PSCF is the official state affiliate to the United States Chess Federation (USCF). It sponsors a variety of state championships. The State Championship alternates between eastern, central, and western sites. The State Scholastic and Quick Chess Champions...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Publisher

Delaware Valley Chess Gazette


Columnist

Correspondence Chess


Affiliations

CHESS SA

Journalist


International E-mail Chess Club

Board Member


USCF

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A selection of rejection letters from The Campbell Report by Neil Brennen

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. Neil shows his humorous side in the following whimsical speculation on what "rejection letters" sent out by The Campbell Report (me) would look like. by Neil Brennen We will, however, send it to Neil Brennen, for his consideration, should you wish to marry a chess writer. © 2003 Neil Brennen, All Rights Reserved.


CCN Columnists - Brennen, Neil

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.


CCN Columnists - Brennen, Neil

Neil Brennen
CCN Columnists - Brennen, Neil 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

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.Neil shows his humorous side in the following whimsical speculation on what "rejection letters" sent out by The Campbell Report (me) would look like.by Neil BrennenWe will, however, send it to Neil Brennen, for his consideration, should you wish to marry a chess writer. © 2003 Neil Brennen, All Rights Reserved.


http://www.newinchess.com/Surviving_Changi-p-1562.html

Neil Brennen, Historian, Pennsylvania State Chess Federation (USA)


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