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Warren Eyster

Biography

Warren Eyster was born in Steelton, Pennsylvania, in 1925, growing up in his grandfather’s home. After high school, he became a hydraulic repairman in the Army Air Corps and, in 1942, joined the Navy. His experience in the navy was the basis for his novel Far from the Customary Skies, set on a navy destroyer operating in the Far East during World War II. After the war he worked in various factory jobs, before attending Gettysburg College. After graduating, he went to graduate school at the University of Virginia. He started writing at this time. His novel The Goblins of Eros was the result of a two year literary fellowship at the Centro Mexicano de Escritores. Since retiring, he has now taken to publishing e-books, nearly sixty years after his previous books were published.

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His homepage
A Tribute to Warren Eyster

Bibliography

1953 Far from the Customary Skies
1955 No Country for Old Men
1957 The Goblins of Eros
2013 Darkness on the Susquehanna
2013 Dark Angel
2013 The Woman Who Couldn’t Say No (Book 1 of the Kepperman Descending Series)
2013 In My Mother’s House (Book 2 of the Kepperman Descending Series)
2014 Dutchtown Inn (Book 3 of the Kepperman Descending Series)
2014 Summer’s Lease (Book 4 of the Kepperman Descending Series)
2014 Susquehanna Blues
2014 The Blue Collar Poet – The Early Years (Book 1 of the Blue Collar Poet Series)
2014 The Blue Collar Poet – The War Years (Book 2 of the Blue Collar Poet Series)
2014 Phone Booth and Other Short Stories