AROUND the WORLD
in 300 DAYS
The Last World Cruise of the Yankee Trader
Robert D. Easton
His article about Jack London placed 22nd (out of 100) in the 1974 Writer’s Digest Article Contest. He has written nonfiction articles for Air California, National Humane Review, Horse and Rider, Sacramento Magazine, and Good Old Days magazines. The Hibiscus Press (In A Nutshell) of Sacramento, California has published four of his short stories. In May 1978, he published a book of nostalgia entitled Tales from the Palouse Country; and in 2004, a memoir entitled Beyond the Palouse. In 2009, he wrote a paperback entitled, Cobwebs, Echoes, and Footprints.
He lives in Sacramento and has four grown children and six grandchildren.