Essays and Short Stories by Rauf Bolden
Orange Beach Essays:
- Call for Establishing an Ethics Commission in Orange Beach - May 2018
- Resident Data Security in Orange Beach - April 2018
- Vanishing Property Rights in Orange Beach - May 2018
- Call for a Better Paid Mayor and Council in Orange Beach - Published in "The Islander" on April 25, 2018 p. 11
- Free Software for Your Business or Home Office - January 2018
- Finding Out What Residents Want in Orange Beach - December 2017 - Published in "The Islander" on April 4, 2018 p. 12
- Affects of History on Orange Beach - January 2018 - Published in "The Islander" on March 14, 2018 p. 12
- Building Retail Spaces as an Economic Driver in Orange Beach - December 2017
- Solving the Traffic Problem in Orange Beach - November 2017 - Published in "The Islander" on January 3, 2018 p. 7
- Ecotourism as Economic Stimulus in Orange Beach - October 2017 - Published in "The Islander" on November 29, 2017 p. 12
- The Theory of Economics in Orange Beach - October 2017 - Published in "The Islander" on October 18, 2017 p. 10
- The Web, The City and Business in Orange Beach - September 2017 - Published in "The Islander"
- Lodging Tax and the Building Boom - September 2017 - Published in "The Islander" on September 20, 2017 p. 11
- Concerns About Orange Beach Fiber Project - September 2017 - Published in "The Islander" on September 13, 2017 p. 12
- Competing for Employees - September 2017 - Published in "The Islander" on September 6, 2017 p. 10
- Fiber-Optic Internet to the Home - August 2017 - Published in "The Islander" on August 30, 2017 p. 12
- Gulf Shores School Split - August 2017 - Published in "The Islander" on August 16, 2017 p. 13
- Anonymous Web Surfing - August 2017 - Published in "The Islander" on August 9, 2017 p. 12
Changing History - a science-fiction adventure set in the time before the great-nuclear holocaust, when a time-traveler returns to warn humanity.
Dialogues in the British Library - A fictional account of the personal struggle between Karl Marx and Frederick Engles.
Britain's First Typographer - There's a moral conflict within a man about to embark on a life of crime.
Double Mocha - An obsessive woman struggles to hold onto the reins of power.
Memories of the Denver Public Schools - When Patti Reagan wrote and asked me to pen some impressions of my time at East High, I thought about the chicken crossing the road and my old philosophy professor.
Scouser - A talking parrot is taken from its rightful owner.
The Artist-Prince - A small child finds an urn on the beach and it leads to a conflict of fantasy.
Asylum - A tale of racial conflict in space.
Winning the Race - An controversial essay on institutional racism.
The Oppression of Women - A commentary on the equality of women in the workplace.
The Story of Rauf - How I got the name: Rauf
RAUF BOLDEN is an American born in Colorado. He studied languages at University where he became a polyglot speaking German, French and Dutch. As a yacht master, he spent twenty years sailing more than 100,000 nautical miles while circumnavigating the planet with his wife Jeannette Dean, an internationally known sailor and writer. They plan to sail around the world again being very much in love while continuing to write fiction and feature articles. Their motto for life is, "Never Ever Give Up.”