This memoir details he family and friends of Robert A. Parker, who grew up on the North Shore of Massachusetts, served in the U.S, army, earned degrees at Boston College and Fordham University, became a professional writer and editor In New York City, and moved to New Jersey, where he and his wife Margot raised three children, and exhibited their photography and art throughout the state.
Robert A. Parker has been an active writer and photographer for more than 40 years. He has won national awards as a director of publications for corporate magazines, and his free-lance writing has appeared in The New York Times and major consumer magazines. He has also exhibited award-winning photos in the New York/New Jersey area, including with his wife Margot at both the Venezuelan Consulate and the Donnell Library in Manhattan, plus at Brookdale Community College, Freehold, and New Providence Memorial Library. His work has also been shown at The Donald B. Palmer Museum, Springfield, Sussex County Community College, and the Arts Guild of Rahway. Margot has earned many awards. She has received a major “Award of Merit” from the New Jersey Photography Forum, plus awards from art associations of Rutherford and Clifton. She has also exhibited her photography and art in group exhibits at the National Arts Club, Manhattan, the Segal Gallery, Montclair State, and other venues.
Trees Published September 19, 2014
A Family Memorial Published June 26, 2014
IMAGES Published April 04, 2013
A Literary Cavalcade—II Published August 27, 2012
A Literary Cavalcade-I Published July 04, 2012
Leaving Home Published December 04, 2011
Images: Europe Published July 20, 2011
Images: America Published July 19, 2011