03.03.2012 [Broadway World] - Brosius and Elissa Adams, director of New Play Development for CTC, first read Gary Schmidt's novel in 2005 and commissioned acclaimed playwright Cheryl L. West—whose newest play, Pullman Porter Blues, debuts at Seattle Repertory Theatre this fall—to
Author Gary Schmidt appears at the 2011 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: Gary Schmidt still uses a 1953 Royal typewriter for all of his writing. He is a two-time winner... - 10.13.2011, YouTube
25.07.2012 [Marshall Independent] - ... grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; one brother, Donald Anderson of Cheney, Wash.; one sister, Carolyn Engelkes of Tracy; step-children, Kathy Fodness of Colorado, Paul Schmidt of Utah, and Gary Schmidt of Maryland and one step-granddaughter.
17.07.2012 [Derwesten.de] - Sebastian Kuhnert (Klasse bis 90 kg, U 19) drückte zunächst 80 kg und im zweiten Versuch 90 kg. Der dritte mit 95 kg war dann ungültig. Gary Schmidt (Klasse bis 60 kg, U 23), drückte im Versuch 75 kg und im zweiten 85 kg. Der dritte Versuch war mit 92
06.04.2012 [The Missourian] - In the book, “Okay for Now” written by Gary Schmidt, the main character Doug Swieteck just moved to a new house that he calls, “The Dump.” One of his brothers is a pickpocket and beats Doug. His other brother fought in the Vietnam War, lost his leg and
26.03.2012 [Muskego Now] - By Tom "Sky" Skibosh New Berlin - When New Berlin Eisenhower junior Erin Ganzke fell and slammed her head on the court while fighting for a rebound in the first quarter, coach Gary Schmidt and the Lions had no idea how much that injury would affect the