Robert John Remington Rockwood has a BA in English and German and an MA in English and Russian from the University of Miami and a PhD in English and linguistics from the University of Florida. He has done advanced study in historical linguistics at the University of North Carolina. For the years 1973–1974, he was a fellow of the Medieval Institute of Western Michigan University.
Rockwood has studied the following languages and dialects: Latin, Greek, Gothic, Old Norse, Old English, Middle High German, Middle English, German, Russian, French, and Icelandic.
Rockwood has served as a full-time faculty member at Florida Southern College, University of Florida, and Georgia Institute of Technology. From 1978 through 2001, he worked as an industrial technical writer, editor, and web designer at such companies as Lockheed (now Lockheed Martin), Unisys, and NCR. From 2002 through 2013, he taught online courses at the University of Phoenix.
Too Often Beside Himself (2017) is Rockwood’s sixth book published by Xlibris. The others are the following:
—Leopardo da Gotcha (2002)
—The Passing of Merlin Zauber (2005)
—The Last Ant (2007)
—Dillon’s Rocking Bear Invisibility Chair (2013)
—I Don’t Talk to Earthlings (2016)
Robert Rockwood lives in Roswell, Georgia, a northern suburb of Atlanta. His e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about him, visit his resume website www.rjrrockwood.com.