Our copy editor, Rose Hassler, wife of local celebrity author Chuck Hassler who is best known for his thrilling 1978 debut western novel “Colt Hardcastle & The Persimmon Hill Posse,” has stepped down to return to her letter-writing campaign to the Post on grammar issues.
The Puddlegulch Post would like to introduce our newest staff member Kaylie Pham. Not only will she raise the quality of writing hear at The Puddlegulch Post, she will raise the percentage of minority and attractiveness of our staff and community. She begins first thing Monday!
Kaylie graduated 44th in her class at Northeast Western University with a bachelorette in literature. She was born in nearby Tompauk and graduated from Tompauk High where she was on the debate team and the cheerleader squad for the Tompauk High Centaurs. She is an expert in the Grammarly spell-checking browser plugin and Google Docs both of which we will have Ezekial Jones, Puddlegulch Internet Telephone and Computer Technical Support Specialist, explain to us. She lives with her cat, Kraylie, and she is a barista at the Ignite Church lobby expresso bar.
Gordan Geary, Editor in Chief