Alice Heiserman
(301) 339-8634
heisermanalice@gmail.com


  • Write Books Right, Bethesda, MD. (1990-present). President. www.WriteBooksRight.com
    Developmental and line editing of nonfiction and fiction and e-books, including memoirs, books on social science, civil rights, education, women’s issues, health, and parenting. Editor of novels, memoirs, and other topics. [See List of Books Edited]. Book agent.

  • American Correctional Association, Alexandria, VA. (1995-2014).
    Manager of Publications and Research. Acquisitions, copy, and line editor of 6-10 books/year. Worked collaboratively with authors. Directed staff of 2-7 on issues of copyright, royalties, graphics, design, layout, titling, and marketing. Supervised freelance operations. Subject-matter experience in training, women’s issues, standards, juveniles, diversity, security, terrorism, and substance abuse. Managed library. Indexed books.

  • Editorial Work for Various Organizations

    • Curriculum writer for FYI Online for Introduction to Careers in Government and Public Administration.

    • Curriculum writer and course catalog editor, U.S. Postal Service, Potomac, MD.

    • Director of Communications, American Bar Association, Washington, D.C.

    • Executive Director, Sportsmedicine Institute, Bethesda, MD.

    • Executive Director, Reproductive Toxicology Center, Washington, D.C.

    • Editor of four popular medical books, Preventive Medicine Institute, Topeka, KS.

    • Writer of children’s books and grants, Equity Institute, Bethesda, MD.

    • Editor of national report for U.S Commission on Unemployment Compensation.

    • Administrator, Delegate Aruna Miller’s Office, Maryland Legislature, Annapolis.

    • Newsletter/newspaper editor, American Personnel and Guidance Association, Washington, DC (now American Counseling Association).

    • Newsletter editor and indexer, Public Utilities Reports, Alexandria, VA.

    • Newsletter editor, National School Boards Association, Washington, D.C.

    • Marketing letter and grant writer/editor. RAI/Rapid, Jessup, MD.

  • Teacher of English, grades 7-college in Wisconsin, New York, and Maryland, six years.

Education: University of Wisconsin, Madison. Bachelor’s degree: English; Master’s degree in English and English education.

Awards: Apex Grand Prize, 2014. Apex Awards 2009-2013. Recognition of Excellence Award: American Correctional Chaplains, 2014.

Outside Activities: Democratic Precinct Chair; Director, Washington Independent Writers’ Conference, National Press Club; Member, Association of Women Executives in Correction (AWEC); Bethesda Postal Advisory Commission; Spring Lake Condo Bylaws Revision Committee; Editorial Freelancers Association; and Kitchen Cabinet for Aruna Miller for Congress. Mentor for Community Bridges (2018-2019). Member: Consulting Women, Editorial Freelancers Association.

Hobbies: writing fiction and nonfiction; reading; playing with cats: Mozart and Verdi; exercising; and stamp collecting.


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Selected Publications Written by Alice Heiserman

Training Curriculum

Introduction to Government and Public Administration. 2015. Lessons 4-8 (online high school course). FYI Online. 2015. (As Alice Heiserman).
Driver Instructor/Examiner Program, U.S. Postal Service. Potomac, MD. 1988. (As Alice Fins).
Violent Schools—Safe Schools: The Safe School Study Report to Congress. Safe Schools Clearinghouse. Senior Writer. (As Alice Fins).


Books

Flourishing Female: Overcoming Fears and Gaining a Successful Life. Publisher sought.

Global Vocal: A Word Game Book. Publisher sought. Puzzles in French, Spanish, Italian, Yiddish, and Russian.

Messianic Dreams, with Marshall Jacobs. Publisher sought.

Gwendolyn Tabb: Dealing with the Hand I was Dealt:
2019. Written and edited by Alice Heiserman. Story of one of the first women disc jockeys.

Tina Jabes Winston: Dancing Through Life--A Memoir, written by Alice Heiserman (2016).

Opportunities in Paralegal Careers. (1990, 1985, 1979). Lincolnwood, IL: Vocational Guidance Manuals, National Textbook Company. (As Alice Fins).

Could Be Me: Biographies of Women in Science. Equity Institute, Bethesda, MD. (As Alice Fins).

The Gifted Girl: Helping Her Be the Best She Can Be, Equity Institute, Bethesda, MD. (Teacher’s Guide, Parent’s Guide, Counselor’s Guide, Community Youth Group Leader’s Guide, and In-service Resource Handbook). (As Alice Fins).

From Here to There: Exploring the Apprentice-to-Journeyworker Career Ladder with Girls and Boys in Grades 1-9: A Multi-Media Approach. Equity Institute, Bethesda, MD. (As Alice Fins).

National Field Training Programs Catalog. (1988). Potomac, MD: U.S. Postal Service. (As Alice Fins).

Adult Postsecondary Occupational School Students. (1981). National Center for Education Statistics. Washington, D.C. (As Alice Fins).

Women in Engineering. (1981). Lincolnwood, IL: Vocational Guidance Manuals, National Textbook Company, Lincolnwood, IL. (As Alice Posner).

Women in Communications. (1980). Lincolnwood, IL: Vocational Guidance Manuals, National Textbook Company. (As Alice Fins).

Women in Science. (1979). Lincolnwood, IL: Vocational Guidance Manuals, National Textbook Company. (As Alice Fins).

Your Future in More Exotic Occupations. with Dr. S. Norman Feingold. (1978). New York: Richards Rosen Press. (As Alice Fins).

Marketing Materials; Brochures; and Winning Contract Bids for Various Companies

  • Research Analysis Institute (RAI), RAPID, Jessup, MD. (As Alice Fins).

  • Sportsmedicine Institute, Bethesda, MD. (As Alice Fins).

  • Equity Institute, Bethesda, MD. (As Alice Fins).

  • American Bar Association, Washington, DC. (As Alice Fins).

  • The MENCENTER, Washington, DC. (As Alice Fins).

  • Public Utilities Reports, Alexandria, VA. (As Alice Fins).

Magazine Articles

“Best in the Business, Heroic Correctional Officer Saves Fellow Officer.” June/July 2012. Corrections Today. p. 28 (Alice Heiserman).

“Reentry begins at Day One with Family as Focus,” On the Line, November 2011. Vol. 34, No. 6. (Alice Heiserman).

“Singer Larry Gatlin Admits his Addiction and Credits Strong Faith,” Corrections Today, October 2010, pp. 60-63. (Alice Heiserman).

“Gwendolyn Chunn: Advocate for Juvenile Justice Wins E. R. Cass Achievement Award.” American Correctional Association, Congress Daily. August 9, 1999. (Alice Fins).

Executive Action Report: Business Regulation and Economic Developments, Quarterly Index. August 2, 1993. Warren Gorman Lamont. (Alice Fins).

“The Time Has Come for Women,” Regulatory Affairs, 4, 291-300 (1992). (Alice Fins). Presentation at Regulatory Affairs Professional Society’s 15th Annual Meeting.” A World of Partnerships for Progress,” Washington, DC (September 23, 1991). (Alice Fins).

Book Review: “Breaktime: Living without Work in a Nine to Five World.” Value Magazine, December 1979. P. 20. (Alice Fins).

“Updating School Board Policies, Guide Your Students to Good Counseling Programs,” Vol. 9, No. 11, 1978. National School Boards Association. (Alice Fins).

ABA Washington Letter, 1978. American Bar Association. (Alice Fins).

“Counselor’s Information Service.” Vo. 33, No. 1, February 1978. (Alice Fins).

“New’ Kid in (Education) Town—A Profile of the National Conference of State Legislatures,” NSBA By-Lines. November 1977. (Alice Fins).

“Making Speeches,” Here’s How, Vol. 3, No. 5, National Association of Elementary School Principals. 1977. (Alice Fins).

“The National Front: Is Your School Breaking the Law?” Student Advocate. 1974. (Alice Fins).

“Sex and the School Principal: A Long Look at Title IX,” National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) Bulletin. 1974. (Alice Fins).

“We Were Asked: What is a Federal Information Center?” Funding Review. Oct/Dec. 1980. pp. 23-24. (Alice Fins).

“Christmas and the Crafty Woman,” Value Magazine, November 1979. (Alice Fins).

Counselor’s Information Service, Quarterly Annotated Bibliography. February 1978. B’nai B’rith Career and Counseling Services, Washington, DC, Vol. 33, No. 1. (Alice Fins).

Newsletters

Guidepost (18 issues/year). American Personnel and Guidance Association. (Now, the Association for Counseling and Development). (As Alice Fins).

Urban Affairs, Minority Affairs, Newsnotes. National School Boards Association. (1977-1978). (As Alice Fins).

Consumerism. Commerce Clearinghouse. (As Alice Cohan).

Selected Publications Edited and/or Agented by Alice Heiserman

Stressed Out, 3rd ed., Gary Cornelius. (2019). [I edited the first and second edition for the American Correctional Association and am editing the 3rd ed. for Carolina Academic Press Edited.

Rescuing Soldiers of Misfortune: A Full-Spectrum Approach to Veterans in the Criminal Justice System from Arrest to Reentry, Evan R. Seamone. Charles C. Thomas Publisher, Ltd. 2019. Edited, agented, and indexed.

Practical Aspects in Management of Correctional Health Care. Ken Faiver. C. Thomas Publications. Agented. Book will be published in 2019.Charles C. Thomas Publisher, Ltd.

Delivery of Correctional Health Care: Practical Considerations. Ken Faiver. 2018. Charles C. Thomas Publisher. Agented. Book will be published in 2019.

The International Medical Relief Corps in Wartime China: For Your Freedom and Ours. Robert Mamlok, M.D. (2019), McFarland & Company. Edited and agented.

Linda DeMarlor: Tax-Masters. Linda DeMarlor (In process).

Four Friends: A Novel about Recruitment. Dan Perez (in process).

Empathic Design Matters. Moira Gannon Denson (In process).

Security. By Charles Schnabok. 2018. (self-published).

The Currents of My Life: The Autobiography of John Miller. (2018). Edited. Self-published.

Paths to Defiance: Three Sisters Confront the Third Reich. Gottfried Paasche. 2019. Edited and agenting.

The Disappearance of Joan Risch: A New Look at a Cold Case., A Nonfiction Account, Stephen Ahern. (In process).

Joan Talbot: My Life Has Been a Wonderful Ride. 2018. Self-Published. Edited.

Freedom Quest: Diary of an Iranian Girl. Sanaz Sepidar. 2018. (In process).

Exposed by DNA: A Pathway to Reveal Family Secrets, K. S. Hopkins. (2018). Self-published. Edited.

The Party of Lincoln No More!, Tom Jolly. (In process). Foreword by Representative John Dingle. Formerly: You Can’t Make This Shit Up! Editor and agent.

A Systems Model for Family Research Based on Bowen Family Systems Theory. Mignonette Keller, Ph.D. 2015-2019. This is a book proposal (In process).

Bodies in Beds: Why Business Should Stay Out of Prison. Sue Binder. (Agora, 2017). Edited and agented.

A Most Unlikely Journey: The Dick Gregg Story. 2017. Self-Published. Edited. Memoir of a top U.S. Treasury official.

Tales of a Street Agent: My FBI Career, 2017. Self-Published. Courtney West

Life is Amazing—But It Isn’t Always Pretty. Khash Montazama. Inspirational story about a man with paraplegia. 2017.

A History of the Whitney M. Young School of Social Work: 1920-1960, Frederika Barrow. 2017. Proposal and soon to be a book published by Oxford University Press.  

The Correctional Officer: A Practical Guide, 3rd ed. Gary F. Cornelius. (2017). Carolina Academic Press. Edited and Indexed.

Why is American Healthcare so Expensive: Solving the Puzzle of American Healthcare Costs by Building a Low-Cost System. Harvey Singh, Ph.D. (2016). Amazon.com. Edited.

Postpartum Depression/Postnatal Depression: The Basic Guide to Treatment and Support. 2nd ed. M. A. Haley, Ph.D. (2015). Self-published. Edited.

Memoir of two prominent scientists. (I have signed a nondisclosure agreement so I cannot provide further details). Completed work in April 2015 for Real Life Stories. Edited.

Metropolicks, Felicia Lin and Victor Rodriquez. (2015). [an E-book]. This is an adult novel now ranked #1 on Amazon.com in its category. Edited.

Corrections, Robert McCrie, Ph.D. (2015). Chapters for a textbook. Edited.

Preventing and Managing Riots and Disturbances: Using the Incident Command System for Corrections. Meg Savage, Russ Savage, and Eugene Atherton. (2015). American Correctional Association. Edited. This book received an Apex Award for Publications Excellence.

Conflict Management and Conflict Resolution in Corrections, 2nd ed. Thomas F. Christian. (2015). American Correctional Association. [I also edited the first version of this book.]

Cage Your Rage: An Inmate’s Guide to Anger Control, 2nd ed. Murray Cullen, Ph.D. (2014). American Correctional Association. Edited. This book received an Apex Award for Publications Excellence.

Pathways to Offender Reentry: An ACA Reader. (2013). American Correctional Association. Edited. This book received an Apex Award for Publications Excellence.

What Works: Defeating Recidivism: Keys to Making It Happen. Donald Evans, Ed. (2013). American Correctional Association and International Community Corrections Association. Edited and indexed.

2013 Directory of Adult and Juvenile Correctional Departments, Institutions, Agencies, and Probation and Parole Authorities. (2014). [I edited a version of this book from 1998-2014]. American Correctional Association. Each book was more than 1,000 pages with 50+ pages of statistical tables. Edited.

National Jail and Adult Detention Directory. (2013). American Correctional Association. [I also edited 2005-2007 and 2008-2009 versions of this book.] Edited.

Probation and Parole Directory, 2012-2013. American Correctional Association. [I also edited versions of this book in 2010-2011, and 2009-2010.] Edited.

Standards Supplement. 2010-2012. [I edited a version of this book every two years from 1994-2012]. American Correctional Association.

Destiny Awaits. by Lisa Saunders. (2011). [Self-published]. This is an inspirational self-help book. Edited.

For the Love of Babies: One Doctor’s Stories about Life in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Sue Hall, M.D. (2011). WorldMaker Media. This is a memoir of a doctor’s experiences. Edited.

Cooking for the New Hippocratic Diet. Irving A. Cohen, M.D. (2011). Center for Health Information, Inc. This is a recipe book based on medical information. Edited and Indexed.

Juvenile Offenders with Mental Health Disorders: Who Are They and What Do We Do with Them?, 2nd ed. Lisa Boesky, Ph.D. (2011). American Correctional Association. [I also edited the prior version of this]. This is a psychology textbook. Edited.

Jails: An ACA Reader. (2011). American Correctional Association. This was an essay collection. Edited. Edited. This book received an Apex Award for Publications Excellence.

Correctional Assessment Casework and Counseling, 5th ed. Anthony Walsh, Ph.D. and Mary Stohr, Ph.D. (2011). American Correctional Association. [I also edited four prior versions of this book as well]. I oversaw the indexing of this psychology textbook.

State of Corrections. (2011). [yearly from 1997-2011]. American Correctional Association. [I indexed the 2011 version]. These books were a collection of edited conference presentations. Edited.

Successful Management of Juvenile Residential Facilities: A Performance-Based Approach, Joseph Heinz, Theresa Wise, and Clemens Bartollas, Ph.D. (2011). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Creating Treatment Environments for Troubled Youth: Evidence-Based Design in Architecture, Patrick Sullivan, AIA. (2011). American Correctional Association. Edited.

A Model of Correctional Leadership: The Career of Norman Carlson, Clement Bartollas, Ph.D. (2011). American Correctional Association. This was an inspirational biography. Edited.

Finding the Right Job: A Guide for Doctors. Kirsten E. Evans, M.D., Ph.D. (2010). Center for Health Information, Inc. This is a career book for recent medical school graduates. Edited.

Diabetes Recovery: Reversing Diabetes with the New Hippocratic Diet, Irving A. Cohen, M.D. (2010). Center for Health Information, Inc. Edited and Indexed.

Correctional Law for the Correctional Officer, 5th ed. William C. Collins, J.D. (2010). American Correctional Association. [I also edited editions 2-4]. This is a law book.

9 to 5 Beats Ten to Life: How to [Re]Enter Society. Mike Davis. (2009). [This book won the 2010 National Apex Award for best book of the year!] American Correctional Association. This is a workbook and guide for offenders. Edited.

Correctional Officer’s Resource Guide, 3rd ed., Peria Duncan. (2009). American Correctional Association. [I also edited the 2nd edition of this book.] Edited.

Offenders and Substance Abuse: Bringing the Family into Focus, Catherine Lemieux, Ph.D. (2009). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Dr. Cohen’s New Hippocratic Diet: Breaking the Food Addiction Chain. Irving Cohen, M.D. (2008). Center for Health Information, Inc. This is a medical book for the public. Edited and Indexed.

How to Be a Responsible Mother: A Workbook for Offenders and Instructor’s Manual. Terry Stawar and Diane Stawar. (2008). American Correctional Association. Edited.

What Works: Research into Practice: Bridging the Gap in Community Corrections. (2008). American Correctional Association and International Community Corrections Association. Edited and Indexed.

Guidelines for the Development of a Security Program,3rd ed., Eugene Atherton and Richard Phillips. (2008). American Correctional Association. [I also edited the 2nd edition of this work.]

How to Be a Responsible Father: A Workbook for Offenders and Instructor’s Manual, Terry Stawar. (2007). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Hands Down: A Provider’s Guide to Domestic Violence Treatment. Workbook and Instructor’s Manual, Sue Binder. (2007). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Desktop Guide to Reentry for Juvenile Confinement Facilities. Gina Hendrix, James Moeser, David Roush, and Carol Rapp Zimmerman. (2007). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Double Jeopardy: A Counselor’s Guide to Treating Juvenile Male Sex Offenders/Substance Abusers, Workbook and Instructor’s Manual, Christopher Frey, (2007). American Correctional Association. Edited.

TRY: Treatment Readiness for You: A Workbook for Youth at Risk, Murray Cullen and Susan O’Neill. (2007). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Changing Criminal Thinking: A Treatment Program, 2nd ed., Boyd Sharp. (2006). American Correctional Association. [I also edited the first edition of this book.]

What Works and Why: Effective Approaches to Reentry. (2006). American Correctional Association and International Community Corrections Association. Edited.

Reentry Today: Programs, Problems, and Solutions. (2005). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Corrections: Past, Present, and Future. Jeannie Stinchcomb, Ph.D. and Instructor’s Guide. (2000). American Correctional Association. Edited and Indexed this textbook.

Use of Force: Current Practice and Policy, 2nd ed. Craig Hemmens, J.D., Ph.D. and Eugene Atherton. (2005). American Correctional Association. [I also edited the first edition in 1999.]

Managing a Job Retention Program for Ex-Offenders: A Step-by-Step Guide. T. A. Ryan, Ph.D. (2005). American Correctional Association. Edited.

What Works and Why: Effective Approaches to Reentry. International Community Corrections Association. (2005). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Performance-Based Standards for Therapeutic Communities. (2005). American Correctional Association. Edited.

2003-2005 National Juvenile Detention Directory. (2005). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Terrorism: The Rural Response, William Sturgeon. (2005). Unpublished manuscript. Edited.

Working with Women Offenders in Correctional Institutions. Joann Brown Morton. (2004). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Becoming a Model Warden: Striving for Excellence, Clemens Bartollas, Ph.D. (2004). American Correctional Association. Edited.

The Full Spectrum: Essays on Staff Diversity in Corrections, Carla Smalls. (2004). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Picking up the Pieces: A Workbook for Incarcerated Women, Beverly Welo. (2004). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Performance-Based Standards for Adult Local Detention Facilities. (2004). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Cage Your Rage for Women. Judith Urquhardt and Murray Cullen. (2003). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Leading Groups in Corrections: Skills and Technique. Ed Jacobs, Ph.D. and Nina Spadaro. (2003). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Supermax Prisons: Beyond the Rock, Donice Neal, Ed. (2003). American Correctional Association.

TRY: Treatment Readiness for You: A Workbook for Sexual Offenders, Murray Cullen, Ph.D. and Robert Wilson, Ph.D. (2003). American Correctional Association. Edited.

What’s in the Bag? A Shoplifting Treatment and Education Program and Workbook, Gail Caputo, Ph.D. (2003). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Heading Home: Offender Reintegration into the Family. International Community Corrections Association. (2003). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Women Probationers: Supervision and Success. Earlene Festervan. (2003). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Game Over! Strategies for Redirecting Inmate Deception. Bill Elliott, Ph.D. and Vicki Verdeyen, Ph.D. (2003). American Correctional Association. Edited.

TRY: Treatment Readiness for You: A Workbook for Abusers in Relationships. Murray Cullen and Sandra Piekarski. (2002). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Arresting Addictions: Drug Education and Relapse Prevention in Corrections. Robert Alexander and George Pratsinak. (2002). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Cage Your Rage: An Inmate’s Guide to Anger Control (Audio version). Murray Cullen. (2002). American Correctional Association. Managed production.

Juvenile Justice Today: Essays on Programs and Policies: An ACA Compendium. (2002). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Risk Reduction: Interventions for Special Needs Offenders. International Community Corrections Association. (2002). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Repairing Communities through Restorative Justice. John Perry. (2002). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Reforming Probation and Parole in the 21st Century. Joan Petersilia, Ph.D. (2002). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Standards for Adult Correctional Institutions, 4th ed. (2002). American Correctional Association. Edited and Indexed.

Performance-Based Standards for Correctional Health Care for Adult Correctional Institutions. (2002). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Risk Reduction: Interventions for Special Needs Offenders. Harry E. Allen, Ed. (2002). American Correctional Association and International Community Corrections Association. Edited.

Performance-Based Standards for Correctional Industries, 2nd ed. (2002). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Recess is Over: Dealing with Juvenile Offenders Incarcerated in Adult Jails and Prisons. Barry Glick and William Sturgeon. (2001). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Inside Out: Continuing to Cage Your Rage. Murray Cullen and Michael Bradley. (2001). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Tough Customers: Counseling Unwilling Clients. Beverly Welo. (2001). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Popular Culture and Corrections. Robert M. Freeman, Ph.D. (2000). American Correctional Association. Edited.

From Law to Order: The Theory and Practice of Law and Justice. Anthony Walsh and Craig Hemmens. (2000). American Correctional Association. Edited.

More than Muscle: A Total Fitness Program for Corrections and Law Enforcement. (2000). American Correctional Association. [I hired models and photographer for exercise demonstrations.] Edited.

Performance-Based Standards for Juvenile Correctional Facilities, 4th ed. (1999). American Correctional Association. Edited.

From AIDS to the Internet: Correctional Realities. (1999). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Unit Management in Prisons and Jails. Robert B. Levinson, Ph. D. (1999). American Correctional Association. Edited.

No Time to Play: Managing Violent Juveniles. Barry Glick and William Sturgeon. (1998). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Gangbusters: Strategies for Prevention and Intervention. Lonnie Jackson. (1998). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Complex Challenges: Collaborative Solutions: Programming for Adult and Juvenile Female Offenders. Joann B. Morton. (1998). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Health Care Management Issues in Correction. (1998). Kenneth L. Faiver. American Correctional Association. Edited.

A History of Correctional Violence: An Examination of Reported Causes of Riots and Disturbances. Montgomery Reid, Ph.D. and Gordon A. Crews, Ph.D. (1998). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Successful Community Sanctions and Services for Special Needs Offenders. (1998). American Correctional Association and International Community Corrections Association. Edited.

Best Practices: Excellence in Corrections. Edward Rhine, Ed. (1998). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Positive Approaches to Corrections: Research, Policy, and Practice. (1997). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Reform and Retribution: An Illustrated History of American Prisons. John W. Roberts, Ph.D. (1997). American Correctional Association. Edited and Indexed.

Measuring Excellence: The History of Correctional Standards and Accreditation. Paul W. Keve. (1996). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Strategic Planning for Correctional Emergencies. Robert M. Freeman, Ph.D. (1996). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Developing Policies and Procedures for Jails: A Step-by-Step Guide. Martin Drapkin. (1996). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Cage Your Rage for Teens. Murray Cullen and Joan Wright. (1996). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Setting the Stage: How to Deliver an Anger Management Program—The Cage Your Rage for Teens Facilitator’s Manual. Murray Cullen and Ronald R. Cullen. (1996). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Juvenile and Adult Boot Camps. (1996). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Managing Delinquency Programs that Work. Arnold Goldstein and Barry Glick. (1995).
American Correctional Association.

Addiction: The High-Low Trap: The Cocaine-Alcohol Pill Connection. Irving A. Cohen, M.D. (1995). Health Press. Edited.

Life Beyond Loss: A Workbook for Incarcerated Men. Beverly Welo. (1995). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Excellent Effect: The Edna Mahan Story. Mary Q. Hawkes. (1994). American Correctional Association. Edited.

The Art of Awakening Spirit. Carol Kurtz Walsh. (1994). Spiritology Publications. Edited.

Rabid Beasts. Carlos Miralejos. (1993). Outerspace Publications. Edited.

Art of the Con: Avoiding Offender Manipulation. Gary Cornelius. (1991). American Correctional Association. Edited.

Treatment of Chronic Diseases. Irene Pollin. (1989). Unpublished manuscript. Edited.

Opportunities in Veterinary Medicine Careers. Robert F. Swope. (1987). Vocational Guidance Manuals, National Textbook Company. Edited.

The Parenting Experience. Robin Goldstein. (1987). Self-published. Edited.

Building Services Training Program. U.S. Postal Service Training Academy. (1987). Edited.

Course Catalog. U.S. Postal Service Training Academy. (1987). Edited.

Creating Opportunities. Council of State Planning Agencies. (1986). Edited.

Standards for Student Services. (1985). Council for the Advancement of Standards, Washington, D.C. Edited.

Enigma: How the German Machine Cipher was Broken. Christopher Kasparek and Thomas F. Troy. (1984). Praeger. Edited.

Rose in the Wilderness: A Family’s Story. Lillian Hill. (1983). Self-Published. Edited.

Macroeconomics. Thomas Havrilesky. (1984). Harlan-Davidson. Edited and Indexed.

Due Process of Law Manual. (1983). National Education Association. Edited.

Excise Taxes on Alcoholic Beverages. (1982). Report to the Distilled Spirits Council. Edited.

Unemployment Compensation: Report to Congress. (1982). National Commission on Unemployment Compensation. Edited.