Ault, Richard

Richard Ault has written fiction since his third-grade teacher, Mrs. Ferguson, praised a story of his. Writing, however, was not his career until he retired from many years as a private consultant on organizational change. Before that, he was in public education as a teacher, principal, and college professor.

He was principal author of a book on change, and has written and published two novels, an essay, a poem, and numerous articles, papers, and book chapters.

Until recently he lived in northern Michigan with Pennie, his loving wife of 50 + years. When she died last year, he moved to be near his son’s family in Pennsylvania, not far from another son in Manhattan.

That third-grade story was about the hardships of a pioneer family in a wagon train headed west. He still have the original copy of that story in his file cabinet and he is still writing stories about people taking life chances. 

Follow him on Twitter @RichardAult3

CommuterLit posts:

“Fancher’s Balls”