William T. Delamar served in the United States Navy as a weatherman, majored in American Literature at the University of Pittsburgh (B.A.) and Organization Development at Antioch University (M.A.) and became a hospital administrator writing numerous articles in that field, as well as contributing a chapter to a textbook on Hospital Industrial Engineering. He is a founder of the Hospital Information and Management Systems Society, which grew from twenty-eight members to thousands internationally. He co-authored a creativity text, Brain-Webbing and published poetry in Weymouth, a collection of works by North Carolina writers. He was a fellow at the Weymouth Center for the Humanities for many years and is a director and past president of the Philadelphia Writers' Conference. Delamar's Civil War novel The Brother Voice (Shannon & Elm) is due for release Fall of 2014.