About the Author

Eugene L. Conrotto was born in Gilroy, California, at the southern end of Santa Clara Valley known today as Silicon Valley.
 
He has lived his life two decades at a time.
 
For the first 20 years he was a student, that experience culminating in a degree in anthropology from Stanford University.… Read the rest

About Hypatia Media

Carl Sagan was asked if he could go back in time to visit one place on earth, where would he go?

He chose the Great Library of Alexandria.

From its founding in 300 B.C. to its destruction in 400 A.D, the Library was the major center of scholarship in the Ancient World.… Read the rest

ELC Ephemera

As we find interesting nuggets in the archives, we will digitize and make them available.  First entries are from early in Mr. Conrotto’s teaching career:  material on how to give a speech, and a summer school project’s report on student communications. … Read the rest

References

No less a writer than Erle Stanley Gardner (he of Perry Mason fame) had this to say of Mr. Conrotto:

I have had contacts, both direct and indirect, with Eugene Conrotto for many years. I have known of his activities both as a writer and an editor, and I regard him as a very talented individual with a down­ to-earth practical approach to the whole subject of writing which will be of great value to anyone interested in magazine writing.Read the rest

About eBooks

There are now many ways to enjoy eBooks.  You don’t need an official Kindle or Nook device—you can read them on a computer, a smartphone, or a tablet.  You may need to add a program (or “app”) to do so, but  the same “app” is available for most devices. … Read the rest