Dr. Harry Gilleland assesses the real savages

Dr. Harry Gilleland was one of the main editors on my book, Conscience: Breaching Social Amnesia, published January this year.  He is also a well-known author and poet.  His latest novel, Aldric & Anneliese, set in Europe during the late sixth century, is an adventurous and suspenseful read.

But for the moment, I want to draw your attention to a new poem published by Dr. Gilleland.  I was honored to learn that my book, Conscience: Breaching Social Amnesia, and its cover, provided some of the inspiration for “Who Were the Savages?”  Dr. Gilleland’s poem renders dramatic images of non-revisionist history — “The old warrior chief sits atop his magnificant stallion on a high hill overlooking the green valley below through which a wagon train …”

Please click here to read the rest of this moving testament to history.

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