Jeannette DeWyze

Jeannette DeWyze wrote feature stories for the Reader from 1975 through 2007 and continues to write travel stories.

Some of her feature stories from the print archives include:

Feb. 15, 1979, Page 3 I Cover the Watercress (Burl Stiff - San Diego Union society editor)

March 8, 1979 Don't Call Me at Home (Mayor Maureen O'Connor)

Dec. 3, 1981, page 3 What High School Did You Go To? (Cameron Crowe)

Aug. 20, 1987 An Encounter with Bill Coulson (Disciple of psychologist Carl Rogers apostasizes)

Jan. 30, 1997 When an Indian Language Is Gone (linguist tries to re-construct Kumeyaay)

Nov. 20, 1997 Childhood's End (94-year-old Dr. Spock living in La Jolla)

Nov. 5, 1998 Three Bullets and Nine Years Later (Betty Broderick in prison)

Be sure to save the story file to your desktop and zoom in to read the text.

She is the co-author with Allan Mallinger of Too Perfect When Being In Control Gets Out Of Control (1993).


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