About Leonard Hollar
Leonard Hollar was born and raised in Oklahoma. He is retired and now lives in Northwest Louisiana, when he’s home at all. When he’s not at home, he’s often attending an event with the Society for Creative Anachronism.
A persistent cuss, he started college at Oklahoma Christian College in 1965 and graduated with a Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree from Louisiana State University at Shreveport in 1997 with a stop for an Associate Degree at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, LA in 1984 while still in the Army. In addition, he spent time in the Oklahoma National Guard and the U. S. Army and working on one sort of airplane or another from T-37 “Tweets” to U-6 Beavers to RU-21’s to KC-135’s. He has also been a police officer, private investigator and armed guard. Thanks to his Uncle Sam he has been able to add world traveler; having visited Vietnam once and Germany twice during fifteen years in the Army.
Leonard is the author of “Just one of Those Days” in Grantville Gazette, Vol. 2, and is on Eric Flint’s Firearms Committee, the official “Gun Nuts” for the 1632 universe. He has also helped edit several stories and two books for other authors in the Baen pantheon.
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