E. A. Cooper

E. A. Cooper served in the U.S. Marine Corps (1962-1966). Upon his return to civilian life, he earned an associate's degree in general education from Birdwood Junior College in Thomasville, Georgia (1968); a bachelor's degree in education (speech & drama major) from Georgia Southwestern College in Americus, Georgia (1971); and then attended The University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia where he pursued a master's program in journalism (radio, TV, & film major) and earned a doctorate degree in adult education (1977).

After completion of his formal studies, Dr. Cooper served in the position of Director of Continuing Education and later Dean of Evening Administration with Albany Technical College in Albany, Georgia. He retired in 2014. Other books by Dr. Cooper include: B.C. Street, Vietnam By The Light of the Moon, The Okinawa We Lost, and The Longleaf Pine Murder.

Books By E. A. Cooper

E. A. Cooper