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Editor's Biography


Ken Wacshberger, writer, editor, publisher, consultant, support person

Photo by Jim Kruz,
Kruz Photographics,
July 2004

Ken Wachsberger, founder of Azenphony Press, is a long-time author, editor, educator, political organizer, and consultant who has written, edited, and lectured widely on the Holocaust and Jewish resistance during World War II, the First Amendment, the Vietnam era, writing in the electronic age, copyright, teachers’ rights, writers’ rights, the I-Search paper, writing for healing and self-discovery, and how to keep sane as a support person for a partner who has breast cancer. He is a contract advisor with the National Writers Union and is the creator of the NWU’s electronic Authors Network. Ken teaches writing at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, and is the owner of Wachsberger Editorial Services, an international editing service based in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

For book offers, editing services, or speaking engagements, he may be reached at ken@azenphonypress.com.

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