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The Moab Burro Comes Home to Seven Mile
Coning-in and Saving the Wild Moab Burro
The Moab Burro Runs Wild
The Great Burro Crane Mystery
Superheroes Disaster Movie Script
Plush Kokopelli Plans a Trip
Kokopelli Wins Big In Reno, Nevada
Plush Kokoppelli at Burning Man 2012
Plush Kokopelli Escapes From Jail
Kokopelli Arrested in Arizona
A New Clue to the Art Mystery
20th Century Int'l Art Mystery
Superheroes Take A Vacation
The River Road
Dreaming of a Future With You
Moabbey & Coney Meet Silver Girl
The Quantum Leap, One Year Later
Inaction Speaks Louder Than Work
Receiving The Call
Our Quantum Leap
Los Angeles, California
Voices In The Sky
The Whole Person Workout
For Your Love
Emotions and Beliefs
All That I Can Tell You
Finding Her
Ego and Emotions
Some Enchanted Evening
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Welcome to JimMcGillis.com

Good morning - welcome to JimMcGillis.com. It is 2:40:37 AM on Sunday, July 21, 2024, where you are near Banff, Alberta, Canada. There is 1 visitor(s) on this site now, which is protected by a Creative Commons license.

Author and consultant Jim McGillis was born in Los Angeles, California, raised in nearby Burbank, and graduated from UCLA. During the course of his career, Jim worked in retailing, aerospace, systems sales, executive recruiting and now as an author and consultant.

In 1965, during his first visit to the Four Corners states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Colorado, Jim discovered a great affinity for the history, culture and geography of the Colorado Plateau.

In the past five years, Jim traveled and lived in each of those states for extended periods.  His photo journalism about those and many other subjects is available for you to review at JamesMcGillis.com.

In 2008, Jim launched a new internet portal focused on his favorite town of Moab, Utah. With over sixty sample Moab-named websites previewed there, there you will discover many pages of unique and contemporary information regarding Moab and all of Southeastern Utah. Featuring both a live Moab Webcam and a live Moab Newsfeed, you will find Jim's new Moab web portal at MoabLive.com.

In 2009, Jim launched MoabJim.com, where you will find unique, hand-crafted, one-of-a-kind items for sale. Since the non-fiction genre can be limiting, Jim decided to publish his (and the world's first) interactive online novel.  Among other things, it focuses on The Four Corners states and the Old Spanish Trail, which once stretched from Santa Fe, New Mexico to Los Angeles, California.

To contact Jim about his writing or any other subject, please send an email to him at jim@jamesmcgillis.com.