Gary Alexander Azerier is a native of New York City, and is a broadcaster with an extensive background in radio journalism.
After serving with the Informational Services Office of the Second U.S. Marine Division, Gary also taught English and Radio Communications on the university level in Boston, Westchester and New York.
With his spouse Rose Ann he divides his time between his three homes in New York, Pennsylvania and Delray Beach, Florida and has written an array of books, as:
1. Nosebleeds from Washington Heights, a collection of short stories
2. Pineapple Grove And Other Stories
3. 4313 & Beyond, an autobiography
4. Constellation Station a Children’s Book
5. 10 Golden Moments
7. Thirty Short Stories
Ten Golden Moments chronicles the life of broadcast-journalist Gary Alexander Azerier through the unique perspective of a series of extraordinary and unforgettable moments in his life.
Spanning from the 1940’s to 2012, these formidable episodes are not only replete with an up-close view.
Through a closed window of time but are recorded specifically to resonate with the reader, culminating in the discovery of his or her own Golden Moments and the passion of life.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESSThe oldest cultural institution in the nation's capital, the Library of Congress occupies a unique place in American civilization.
Established as a legislative library in 1800, it grew into a national institution in the nineteenth century, a product of American cultural nationalism. Since World War II, it has become an international resource of unparalleled dimension and the world's largest library.
In its three massive structures on Capitol Hill, the Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and James Madison Memorial Buildings, the Library of Congress brings together the concerns of government, learning, and librarianship--an uncommon combination, but one that has greatly benefited American scholarship and culture.