About Virginia DeMarce
Virginia DeMarce was born in Missouri and lives in Arlington, VA. She is retired from the federal government, where she was a historian for the Office of Federal Acknowledgment.
She received a Ph.D. in early modern history from Stanford University in 1967, which is less obsolete than would be the case had she been in a scientific field of endeavor. She proved unsuited to an academic career, although she taught at the college level for fifteen years, since she was plagued by an irresistible desire to know more and more about more and more, rather than about less and less.
Her most persistent hobby is genealogy. In 1988-1989, she served as president of the National Genealogical Society.
She has been married to James DeMarce since 1962. They have three children and a varying number of grandchildren.
Previously published works by Virginia DeMarce are:
“Biting Time,” Ring of Fire
“Motherhood and Apple Pie, While You’re At It,” “Common Sense,” Bypass Surgery,” “In the Night, All Hats are Gray,” “Who’s Calling This Race,” “A Nightmare Upon the Present,” and, cowritten with Eric Flint, “The Ram Rebellion,” 1634: The Ram Rebellion
1634: The Bavarian Crisis, cowritten with Eric Flint, was released in October 2007.
Note: The authors articles are sorted alphabetically. Because we spell out numbers, "four" comes before "one." This isn't a misteak, it's a decision. :-)
-- Gazette Staff