About the Author
A former management consultant with one of the largest global consulting firms, Gene established a second career as a writer and an historian of the American Revolution. Since 2013, he authored 20 scholarly articles for the prestigious, peer-reviewed Journal of the American Revolution, a leading source for information on the American Revolution and the nation’s founding. For seven consecutive years (2015 through 2021) running, at least one of Gene’s essays has been selected for the print edition of the Annual Volume of the Journal of the American Revolution. Gene hosts and curates a web site helping casual and professional researchers locate diaries and memoirs and other Revolutionary War sources at www.researchingtheamericanrevolution.com. Gene lives in Washington, DC with his wife and two adult sons.
Journal of the American Revolution interview on William Hunter
Gene Procknow interviewed on Book Speak Network
Gene Procknow signs William Hunter – Finding Free Speech books at OrangeTheory Tenleytown on March 11, 2022 between 8 am and noon
Orange Theory Fitness – 4600 Wisconsin Ave. NW Suite 101, Brandywine Street Entrance
Gene Procknow interviewed on the Age of Jackson podcast
Presented to the annual commemoration of the Battle of Brooklyn, the Charlestown Historical Society, and to the book launch of Strong Ground Mount Independence and the American Revolution at Mt. Independence, Vermont.
Quoted in several publications including the Charlestown Patriot-Bridge and the Washington Independent Review of Books.
Written over 30 articles and book reviews for the on-line, peer reviewed Journal of the American Revolution since 2013.