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The November 2, 2013, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with former Law Enforcement Professional, writer and poet Roger C. Bull.

Roger C. Bull has experienced a George Plimpton type of life. His experiences have included three university centers of learning in biology, chemistry, physics, criminology, psychology and sociology. He had served as a sergeant with a decade of law enforcement experience, most of those years in greater New Orleans. Roger has performed over thirty years of computer services, owning and operating Bull Data. He has writen poetry since 1957, short stories since 1959 and novels since 2007.

His experiences in electronics includes constructing radio kits, servicing cellular telecommunications equipment, constructing computers from chip level and teaching himself binary, assembler, hexadecimal and hundreds of higher level computer languages. Roger started another business, Southern Oaks Publishing,  to help the many creative people prepared to offer their novels, short stories and other works of fiction or non-fiction to the public.  He designs book covers, does proofreading and formats material in printed/digital formats.

Roger C. Bull’s published works include: Within the Heart and Soul, 50 years of poetry; Legalized Crime - compared with Michael Crichton’s style, by a college professor; “El Rey del Tiempo:  It’s not What You Think;  Three short stories in Fairhope Anthology; and, Three short stories in Fairhope Anthology - Second in a Series

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