Eric Harrington Woro is a lifelong editor and writer. He was managing editor of "The Arts Journal" (Asheville, North Carolina), books editor for ICE Publishing (Seattle, Washington), and technical editor and analyst for Intermec Technologies (Everett, Washington). He was a freelance editor and typesetter on many high-profile journals and magazines while attending college, including "Mother Earth News," "Fiberarts," "Presbyterian Journal," "World," "Seattle Weekly" and others. He earned a B.A. with Distinction in Literature from the University of North Carolina at Asheville and an M.A. in English from the University of Washington. He is CELTA certified and has taught English at both high school and college levels all around the world, including in Germany, Canada, Russia, Asia and Oman, and recently authored a handbook on teaching English in the Middle East. His latest novels (2017) are "The Adoption" and "Under the Black Sun: Revised Edition." He currently lives and writes in a picturesque village on the Gulf of Thailand.