About the author
Author's Profile: Joseph Howard Tyson III graduated from LaSalle University with a B.A. in Philosophy, took graduate courses in English at Pennsylvania State University and then served in the U. S. Marine Corps. He lives in a Philadelphia suburb and works in the insurance industry. Historical non-fiction articles have appeared in Schuylkill Valley Journal, New England Historic Genealogical Society publications, Southern Cross Review, Academia Letters (uva.academia.edu,) and other publications. Tyson has written eight books: Penn's Luminous City (2005), Madame Blavatsky Revisited (2006), Hitler's Mentor: Dietrich Eckart (2008), The Surreal Reich (2010), World War II Leaders (2011), Fifty-Seven Years of Russian Madness (2015), Notable Reprobates (2019), and Astrology: Its Worldview and Implications (2021).
Upcoming will be The Thin Partition featuring essays about people straddling the fine line between genius and madness, a satiric dictionary, and Space Age Mythomania, a critical analysis of modern conspiracy theories.