Born to William Fleming and Gertrude Ada (Webster) G. in Peterborough, England, United Kingdom.
Earns a Bachelor of Arts in English and with minors in history and Italian, with honors, from the University of Leeds in England.
1961: Is certified to teach English and history for grades K-12 by the United Kingdom Ministry of Education.
Earns a Master of Education from the University of Leeds.
Earns a Master of Science in phonetics from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland.
Came to the United States and was naturalized as a citizen in 1995.
Works as a general editor and publisher for The Scopcraeft Press, Portales, and continues in this role.
Takes graduate courses in linguistics and computer programming at the University of Chicago.
Publishes the short story collection “The Rod of the Lord.”
Earns the Governor of North Dakota’s Citation as North Dakota Distinguished Writer.
Is an instructor of English at the University of the North Dakota and then at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point through 1979.
Works as an academic coordinator at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point.
Earns a Doctor of Philosophy in English from the University of North Dakota.
Teaches as an instructor of English at the University of Kansas.
Is an assistant professor of English at Eastern New Mexico University through 1990 and then as an associate professor through 1994.
Receives the President’s Award for Service from Eastern New Mexico University.
Teaches as a professor of English at Eastern New Mexico University through 2012.
Is named an emeritus professor by Eastern New Mexico University.
Publishes the short story collection “Dr. Upex and the Great God Ing-Fifteen Weird Unexpected Stories.”
Is named Distinguished Professor Emeritus of English by Eastern New Mexico University.