Eric M. Vogt retired from the U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons as an educator and law enforcement officer in 2011. He has published the poems "To Home" (Minas Tirith Evening Star, 1985), "An Elven Princess" (Minas Tirith Evening Star, 1986), "Simpleness" (American Poetry Anthology, 1987), "Within a Dream" (Taj Mahal Review, 2008), "The Mountain" (Taj Mahal Review, 2008) and "Last Letter to Wilson's Creek" (The Ozarks Mountaineer, 2012) Eric published a non-fiction work entitled "Terrorists in Prison: The Challenge Facing Corrections" (Inside Homeland Security, 2007).
In 2013 he published his first collection of poems entitled LETTERS TO LARA. His second poetry collection, PATHS AND POOLS TO PONDER, soon followed. Also in 2013, Eric published a non-fiction book entitled TERRORISTS WITHIN OUR WALLS The Principles of Correctional Counterterrorism (all books above available on amazon.com and its affiliates across the world as well as barnesandnoble.com). He resides in Missouri with his two Pembroke Welsh Corgis, Sissy Longstreet and Jack the Crackerjack Welshman.
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