Martin Green is a retiree/free-lance writer living in Roseville, California. In 1991, the year after he retired, he started writing articles for a weekly alternative newspaper in Sacramento, Suttertown News. In the same year, he began free-lancing for the Neighbors section of the Sacramento Bee, contributing over 100 articles until Neighbors was discontinued in 2002.. Since 2000, Heas been writing for a monthly newspaper, the Sun Senior News, which goes to over 10, 000 households in two retirement communities, Sun City Roseville (where he lives) and Sun City Lincoln Hills. He currently does two monthly features, aObservationsa and aFavorite Restaurants.a Earlier in 2011 Martin put out a collection of his journalistic pieces, aPeople, Places and Events.a In addition to his journalism, Martin has had about 250 short stories published in online magazines and has self-published three collections of these stories (2006, 2007 and 2008) as well as a longer work, aOne Year in Retirementa (2009) and a collection of his aObservationsa(2010). This book is called aPotpourri, a defined as a mixture or stew, as it contains short stories (published since 2009), a year and a half of aObservations, a and something new, aLast Words, a which are essays aOn Growing Old, a aOn Writing, a aOn Reading, a and aOn Travel.a Martin has been married to Beverly (a water-color artist) for 46 years, has three sons (David, Michael and Christopher), three grandsons (Mason, Morgan and Logan), one granddaughter (Stephanie) and two cats (Bun-Bun and Shandyman).Short Stories, Observations and Essays by Martin Green Martin Green. on. Writing. A. s stated in my first essay (the first Ia#39;ve ever written, the first at any rate since school), this essay, my second, will be on writing. In that first essay, to establishanbsp;...
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