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Georgia author releases first book of poems


ATLANTA -- Real people whose lives succumb to fear, disgrace, joy and revenge are the subjects of a new book of poetry by author Jason Tudor, available now.

“Vibrating Moonlight,” a full-color, 64-page book, was released Nov. 7. The book is published by “Vibrating Moonlight” includes 48 poems written during 2006 and while Jason was stationed in the Middle East.

The poems in “Vibrating Moonlight” include Jason’s full collection of “Blue Rock” works. These poems were included in the collection of the same name. Readers will also delve into works about faith, women, life & death and more.

Other poems include:

• Looloo Lemon -- The story of a seemingly innocent girl whose wanton self emerges.
• Surgery on Aisle 5 -- What it means to be caught up in the vanity of a 21st Century society

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For more information, visit Jason’s Web site at

Jason Tudor has spent 19 years in the United States Air Force. He has penned better than 5,000 stories, shot better than 2,000 photographs and is a dynamic designer and military noncommissioned officer. He is the recipient of three Department of Defense Thomas Jefferson Journalism Awards; eight United States Air Force Journalism Awards and better than 100 other accolades. He served 11 months as a senior staff writer for the Air Force’s flagship publication, Airman magazine, and as an associate editor of Citizen Airman magazine. During that time, he covered the development of the F-22 fighter jet, the return of repatriated remains of American soldiers from Vietnam, and provided one of the first Air Force retrospectives of the events that followed 9-11. Jason was the first to interview the Senior Airman Curtis Towne, the sole Airman aboard the P-3 aircraft downed in April 2001. He has deployed as a member of the U.S. military three times -- including stints in Baghdad and elsewhere -- for the War on Terrorism and Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom. He was also on hand in New Orleans covering Air Force efforts following Hurricanes Katrina and flew search-and-rescue missions during Hurricane Rita. He and his wife, Denise, live in Warner Robins, Georgia, with their daughter, Annabelle.



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