Posted on Sunday, June 2nd, 2013
Lakam Nah Naabil — the lost Maya city
Writing on The Maya Princess continues; presently the manuscript has passed page 170 and the story is rolling.
Lakam Nah Naabil is the lost Maya city; its location is [...]
Posted on Sunday, December 2nd, 2012
The Maya Princess – An Update
Most of the research has been completed. I now believe I’ve enough data for the story’s Maya archaeology detail. I’ve assembled a stable of interesting characters and created a plot-outline. [...]
Posted on Sunday, September 30th, 2012
The Maya Princess – Writing Update:
The writing project has now finished its second week. A cast of characters has been created with ‘working names’ for the main players. A relationship chart was created showing how everyone [...]
Posted on Tuesday, September 18th, 2012
The Maya Princess — my next writing project.
This story is a missing-person’s mystery taking place among the Maya ruins of Central America.
The creativity has begun to bubble!
My main character is an archaeologist who is convinced [...]
Posted on Sunday, November 14th, 2010
Roxanne’s research centered around the Gynocentric Hypothesis.
The following is a brief summary:
The Gynocentric way of life dominated in Europe and the Near East for most of humanity’s existence. This way of life can be found [...]
Posted on Thursday, November 11th, 2010
The Writing Process Continues: More on Roxanne Laden’s biography.
Roxanne , in the fall 1968, Roxanne enters the phd. program at UC Berkeley and forms a bond with the eminent archaeologist, Marcus Hamlin.
Hamlin takes Roxanne to [...]
Posted on Tuesday, November 9th, 2010
The 13th Goddess
Finally, my situation is such that I am ready to renew my love affair with writing. Of course, the first question to be answered—which story to work on? It has taken me some [...]
Posted on Friday, October 29th, 2010
This report covers the fieldwork by the author and a substantial crew of students who were especially interested in the unusual series of rock alignments at the Party Hill Bay site. This site is located in southeastern California, approximately 15 miles northwest of Baker, California. The site is situated just west of a chain of low hills that bound the Silver Lake playa on its western shore.continue reading
“A Statistical Analysis of the Lithics from the Calico Site (SBCM 1500A), California”, Journal of Field Archaeology, Winter 1979
Posted on Tuesday, July 6th, 2010
James G. Duvall, III and William T. Venner
A summary of the study of the lithics collected at the Calico Early Man Site
Posted on Saturday, January 16th, 2010
William T. Venner and Marcus Hamlin
This report is the analysis of a lake channel stratigraphic soil profile conducted by Baker High School students under the direction of William T. Venner. The soil profile was excavated [...]