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FRANK C KLOCK NOVELIST & AWARD-WINNING SHORT STORY WRITER DEBUTS AS CONTRIBUTING EDITOR TO IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD(R)

NAPERVILLE, ILLINOIS (USA) – 20 January 2011 -- Novelist, award-winning short story writer, and senior consultant at Gryphon & Phoenix, Ltd FRANK C KLOCK will debut as a Contributing Editor to IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD’s® Winter 2011 issue. MR. KLOCK provides a heartwarming look at Fatherhood through his story, “The Age Of Dinosaurs” which will be featured in that issue, scheduled for release in February 2011.

“The Age Of Dinosaurs” penned by Mr. Klock was the recipient of the Frances E.W. Harper Prize and First Place in the Short Story Category of the 2010 Illinois Statewide Writing Competition Celebrating 2010’s International Men’s Day in Illinois and the L.T. Henry Award for Best Work On Fatherhood at an awards ceremony on 19 November 2010, orchestrated by MR. JOHN D. EVANS, the Illinois (USA) Regional Coordinator for International Men’s Day 2010 and 2011.

“Mr. Klock’s award-winning short story is helping to energize the Global Dialogue on Fatherhood and create positive images of Men – particularly Fathers. ‘The Age Of Dinosaurs’ speaks volumes about the endearing life-long memories that Fathers create for their children and it puts to bed, once and for all, the myth that Men are not nurturers,” commented DIANE A. SEARS, the Managing Editor of IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD®, an international quarterly men’s journal.

For more information on INTERNATIONAL MEN'S DAY and its worldwide dialogue, go to: http://www.internatioal-mens-day.com/.

For more information on IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD(R)'s international quarterly male journal, send an e-mail to:  insearchoffatherhood@gmail.com.

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