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Following is a complete list of works by Gary. You can jump to a category of work through these links:

Books:
Mollusks, Chelsea House (in production)
Biodiversity and Food Chains, Chelsea House, (in production)
The Dinosaurs’ Last Seashore, Biostration,(4th grade to adult)2010
The Restless Earth: Fossils, Chelsea House,(Middle School)2009
Bug Alert: Bugs That Kill, Marshall-Cavendish,(Ages 8-10) 2009
Jumpstarters for Life Science, Grades 4-8+, Mark Twain Media/Carson-Dellosa Publishing, 2008.
Science Tutor: Physical Science, Grades 6+, Mark Twain Media/Carson-Dellosa Publishing, 2006.
Science Tutor: Earth & Space Science, Grades 6+, Mark Twain Media/Carson-Dellosa Publishing, 2006.
Science Tutor: Chemistry, Grades 7+, Mark Twain Media/Carson-Dellosa Publishing, 2005.
Science Tutor: Life Science, Grades 7+, Mark Twain Media/Carson-Dellosa Publishing, 2005.
Jumpstarters for Science, Grades 4-8+, Mark Twain Media/Carson-Dellosa Publishing, 2005.
Teaching Science Fact With Science Fiction (Author Illustrated), Teacher Ideas Press, 2004.
The Deep Time Diaries (author illustrated), Fulcrum Publishing, 2000.
Explorations in Backyard Biology: Drawing on Nature in the Classroom (author illustrated), Libraries Unlimited, Teachers’ Ideas Press, 1996. (204 pages softbound)
Sillysaurs: The Dinosaurs That Could Have Been (limerick & coloring book, author illustrated), Biostration, 1990.
Dinosaurs in The Garden, An Evolutionary Guide to Backyard Biology (author illustrated), Plexus Publishing, Inc., 1988. (286 pages hardbound).

Video Scripts:
Fossils: Uncovering Clues to the Past, Scott Resources, Inc., 1993.
The Hydrologic Cycle, Water in Motion, Scott Resources, Inc. 1993.

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Children’s Articles:
“Geological time—one armspan at a time,” Kids’ Quarry, Trilobites Tales, Vol. XXVI, No. 3, March, 2009.
“Do you have what it takes to become a fossil,” Kids’ Quarry, Trilobites Tales, Vol. XXVI, No. 4, April, 2009.
“5 ways to fossilhood,” Kids’ Quarry, Trilobites Tales, Vol. XXVI, No. 5, May, 2009.
“What if trilobites had come ashore,” Kids’ Quarry, Trilobites Tales, Vol. XXVI, No. 6, September, 2009.
“Making future fossils,” Kids’ Quarry, Trilobites Tales, Vol. XXVI, No. 7, October, 2009.
“Hunting fossils ‘down under’ in New Zealand,” Kids’ Quarry, Trilobites Tales, Vol. XXVI, No. 9, December, 2009.
“Fossils that can tell time,” Kids’ Quarry, Trilobites Tales, Vol. XXVII, No. 1, January, 2010.
“Keeping time in the Paleozoic with trilobites,” Kids’ Quarry, Trilobites Tales, Vol. XXVII, No. 2, February, 2010.
“The Rovers Have Landed”, Writing! magazine, April, 2004 (CAL Award)
“Lichens: Strange Plants with a Healthy Chemistry”, Cricket Magazine, July, 2000, Vol.27, #11
“Shy Monsters of the Deep Sea”, Read, Vol. 49, No. 14, March 17, 2000.
“The Deep Time Diaries” (excerpt), in Read, Vol. 49, No. 9, January 7, 2000.
“The Dinosaur Mummy”, Highlights for Children, Volume 55, #2, February, 2000. (CAL Award)
“Dinosaur Eggcitement”, in Read, Vol. 49, No. 9, January 7, 2000.
The following articles appeared in 5 Discovery Channel School books in 2000:
      “Travel Light”, “Life in the Cellular Zone”, “Water Drop Odyssey”, “Earth’s Cellar”,
      “High Society: A Termite Metropolis”, and “The Leader of the Piranha Pack.”
“The Bugs That Aren’t”, Highlights for Children, Volume 53, #4, April, 1998
“Time Traveling With Trilobites”, Highlights Plus Science Supplement, January, 1998.
“Father Goose”, Highlights for Children, (purchased in 1988).
“A Robot with the Right Bee-havior”, Highlights for Children, Volume 51, #1, January, 1996.
“Magic Tooth and the Dinosaurs”, Highlights for Children, Volume 51, #11, November, 1996.
“Spider Talk”, Highlights for Children, Volume 42, #8, September, 1987 (author illustrated) (Highlights Science Article of the Year Award).
“Viruses: Some Day You May Want to Catch One,” in Fusion, Vol.7, No. 3, May-June, 1985.

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Adult Science Articles:
I have been a columnist and reporter for The North Forty News in northern Larimer County since April of 2000. See North Forty archives at http://www.northfortynews.com/ArchiveList.htm.  Send a request for a complete article listing.

“Little Stinkers in the Garden,” Colorado Gardener, Summer, 2014
“Soil: An Earthy Lilliput,” Colorado Gardener, May, 2014
“Stories Grasshoppers Tell,” Colorado Gardener, April, 2014
“Green Body Snatchers and SeX-rated for Violence? Pray Tell!,”  Colorado Gardener, Educational Issue, 2014
“To Draw a Plant is to Truly See it,” Colorado Gardener, Harvest Issue, 2013
“Roly Poly Reveries,” Colorado Gardener, May, 2013
“Alive and Aloft in the Aeolian Zone,” Colorado Gardener, April, 2013
“Fungi: the Hidden Kingdom with a Vital Mission,” Colorado Gardener, Summer, 2013
“Plants are Aware…but do They Care?” Colorado Gardener, Educational Issue, 2013
“Ants: Those Other Horticulturists,” Colorado Gardener, Summer, 2012
“Solving Mysteries of Deceit, Defense, and Survival,” Colorado Gardener, May, 2012
“The World Through an Insect’s Antennae,” Colorado Gardener, April, 2012
“Lynn Margulis: Champion of the Microcosmos,” Colorado Gardener, Educational Issue, 2012
“Hawkmoths: beautiful bugs in need of a press agent” Summer, 2011
“Slugs: enterprising mollusks with awesome love darts” May, 2011
“Beetles: groovy creatures with colorful twists,” Colorado Gardener, Harvest, 2010
“Lichens and the hidden architecture of the living world,” Colorado Gardener, Summer, 2010
“How insects shop in your garden market,” Colorado Gardener, May 2010
"Some like it hot—especially chili pepper plants,” Colorado Gardener, Harvest, 2009
“Plants: not green wimps, but world changers,” Colorado Gardener, Summer, 2009.
“The Garden Microverse,” Colorado Gardener, April 2009.
“Got a Problem? Ask Mother Nature.” Colorado Gardener, Harvest Issue, 2008.
“Dandelions: When You Can’t Beat ‘em, Eat ‘em,” Colorado Gardener, Summer, 2008.
“Why Are Plants Green?,” Colorado Gardener, May, 2008.
“When Plants Don’t Get Along,” Colorado Gardener, April, 2008.
“The Secret Life of Daddy Longlegs,” Colorado Gardener, Harvest Issue, 2007.
“The Dragons of Summer,” Colorado Gardener, Summer 2007.
“Biomimics are Learning How Nature Did it First,” Colorado Gardener, May 2007.
“Jack Frost: An expose,” Colorado Gardener, Harvest 2006.
“Aphid Herding: the pastoral joys are as sweet as manna from heaven”, Colorado Gardener, Summer 2006.
“Buffalobur: a plant that will stick with you,” Colorado Gardener, May, 2006.
“Ice Age Ghosts,” Colorado Gardener, April, 2006.
“Great Jumping Snow Fleas,” Colorado Gardener, February/March 2006.
“Breaking the Boundaries of Your Illustrating Box,” Sci-Art.com online newsletter, March 2006.
“Trekking to Walcott’s Cambrian World,” Trilobite Tales, Vol. XXII, Number 6, September, 2005.
“Chemical Warfare”, Colorado Gardener, April, 2005.
“Flowers, Those Beautiful Deceivers”, Colorado Gardener, May, 2005.
“Flyway Robbery,” Backyard Bugwatching, Sonoran Arthropod Studies, Inc., Number 17, 1996.
“Water, Wind and Time: An Exploration of Dinosaur National Monument,” purchased in 1993 by Earth Magazine.
“Through Arthropod Eyes,” Backyard Bugwatching, Sonoran Arthropod Studies, Inc., Number 13, 1991 (author illustrated).
“It’s Crawling on Your Shoe,” in Woodburn, John H., Scientists & Science Teachers, Genie Publications, Hutchison, KS, 1991.
“Through Raptors’ Eyes,” On The Wing, Rocky Mountain Raptor Program, Volume 6, Spring/ Summer 1991 (author illustrated).
“Exploring the Raptor Family Tree,” On The Wing, Rocky Mountain Raptor Program, Vol. 4, Spring, Summer, 1990 (author illustrated).
“Great Blue Dinosaurs,” From the Canyons, Canyonlands Natural History Association, 1990.
(Reprinted in The Dude Rancher 1991 Magazine/Directory)
“Of Bindweed & Beetles,” Backyard Bugwatching, Sonoran Arthropod Studies, Inc., July, 1990.
“Dinosaur Heretic,” Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Newsletter (National), April, 1988.
“Ann Zwinger – A Short Profile,” in Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Newsletter, Colorado Chapter, January, 1985.
“Getting A Perspective on Microscopic Subjects,” in Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Newsletter, Colorado Chapter, October, 1984.
“Keeping Ahead of the Future” in Stimuli for Writers, September-October, 1982
“Exploiting Artist-Writer Schizophrenia” in Stimuli for Writers, may-June, 1982 (author
illustrated).
“Exposing Yourself: The Workshop Experience” in Stimuli for Writers, March-April, 1982.

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Essays:
“Prophetic Stories,” in My Mom is My Hero, Adams Media, 2009.
“The Fall of the Nicotine Kid,” in My Dad is My Hero, Adams Media, 2009.

Fossil News/The American Biology Teacher:
“View From a Throne in Dinosaur Country”, Volume 5, Number 3, March, 1999. Fossil News--Journal of Amateur Paleontology.
“Pill Bugs: A Spider’s Spinach, But a Biologist’s Delight,” Volume 48, No. 1, January 1986 (author illustrated). Reprinted in Kansas Association of Biology Teachers’ Newsletter, Vol. 27, No. 3, September, 1986.
“Stalking the Wild Diatom,” Volume 41, No. 8, November, 1979 (author illustrated).
“Exploiting the Lichen Liaison,” Volume 40, No. 8, November, 1978 (author illustrated).

Filmstrips:
“Lichens: Plant Partners– What’s A Lichen Really Like?”
“Lichens: Plant Partners– How They Live and Reproduce”
“Lichens: Plant Partners– Lichens in the Laboratory”
Originally published by Photocom Productions; Distributed by Carolina Biological Supply Company

Science Fiction:
“Elvinon’s Wish,” ConAdian, 52nd World Science Fiction Convention, September, 1994.
“Succession,” Aboriginal Science Fiction, Volume 6, No. 2, Fall, 1992.

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Awards/Affiliations:
“Alive and Aloft in the Aeolian Zone” won the 2014 Colorado Author’s League Award for Feature Articles and Essays. (Article appeared in the April 2013 issue of Colorado Gardener.)
The Dinosaurs’ Last Seashore
placed as 2011 finalist in the Colorado Authors’ League Award for YA nonfiction.
The Restless Earth: Fossils and “The Fall of the Nicotine Kid” placed as 2010 finalists in the Colorado Authors’ League Young Adult nonfiction and adult essay categories, respectively.
“The Rovers Have Landed” received the Colorado Author’s League Top Hand Award, 2005.
“The Dinosaur Mummy” received the Colorado Author’s League Top Hand Award, 2001.
Explorations In Backyard Biology received Honorable Mention in the Learning Teachers’ Choice Awards, 1996.
Fossils: Uncovering Clues to the Past received an Award of Excellence (1st place) in the Educational Division of the Denver Video Festival, 1993.
“Succession,” received Honorable Mention in the National Writers’ Club 1991 Annual short fiction contest and placed in the quarter finals of the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest for 1991.
Dinosaurs in the Garden was listed by R. R. Bowker as a “Best Buy for Junior High Readers.”
“From Saur to Soar” (poster/cover design for Dinosaur’s in the Garden) was accepted for the Society of Illustrators’ 30th Annual Exhibition in New York and inclusion in Illustrators 30.
“Spider Talk” received the 1987 Highlights for Children Science Article of the Year award.
“The Man Who Reads Bones” received Honorable Mention in the 1986 Writer’s Digest Magazine writing competition, article category.

Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (Co-regional advisor, 2000-2003), Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, Science Fiction Writers of America, National Writers Association

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Contact Gary:

Call: 970.568.3557