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William I. Lengeman III has been writing professionally since 1989. He has published hundreds of articles, essays, reviews and short stories in a wide variety of print and electronic publications, including trade journals, consumer and general business magazines, and newspapers.

His writings about tea have appeared in, Body & Brain, Cosmos, DesertLeaf, Epicurean Online, The Gilded Fork, and Specialty Retail Report.

His other writings on food-related topics have appeared in, American Visions, Arizona Highways,, Burnt Toast, Delta Sky, Epicurean Online, Fiery Foods, Saveur, and Sweets. In the past he has also contributed a monthly column to the restaurant trade magazine, QSR.

In addition, he maintains Tea Guy Speaks, a Web site devoted to the appreciation of tea, and Traditional Mysteries.

Other articles have appeared in Air & Space, Aviation History, Billboard, Christian Science Monitor, Crawdaddy, Historic Traveler, Internet Review of Science Fiction, Pennsylvania, Space Lifestyle, Specialty Retail Report, Subaru Drive, Terra Nova: Nature And Culture and numerous other publications.

Book review credits include a book review column in the Australian science magazine, Cosmos. Other book reviews have appeared in Apex Online, Kansas City Star, Z Magazine, ForeWord Reviews, Creature Corner, Fortean Times, Horror Quarterly, Knot Magazine, Tangent Online, and Ultraverse.