Colin Sargent

Colin W. Sargent, Ph.D., is an American author, magazine publisher, and playwright. His best-known works include his debut novel ''Museum of Human Beings'', included in the National American Indian Heritage Month Booklist, which delves into the heart-wrenching life of Jean-Baptiste Charbonneau, the son of Sacagawea; the play ''100 Percent American Girl;'' and poetry books ''Luftwaffe Snowshoes'', ''Blush'', and ''Undertow''. His novel, ''The Boston Castrato'', was published in 2016 by Barbican Press of London and Hull, UK. According to London's ''Morning Star'': "An extraordinary literary expression of the American nightmare." His newest book, ''Red Hands'', is an account of the Romanian revolution in the voice of Nicolae Ceaușescu’s daughter-in-law. The novel is derived from eight hundred hours of unique interviews with Iordana Ceaușescu, and told in her voice. It's due for release Summer 2020.

He is the founding Editor and Publisher of ''Portland Magazine'', “Maine’s City Magazine.” Media Bistro has singled out ''Portland Magazine'' for its extraordinary perspective as one of the best regional magazines in the country. Provided by Wikipedia
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