Dick Jordan
Groundwaters Publishing, LLC
"Bubbling up in our own good time-- online."
Dick Jordan is an award-winning travel writer and filmmaker who moved to Eugene in
January of 2017 after residing in the San Francisco Bay Area for over forty-five years.
After retiring from the practice of law he fulfilled a long-held goal of becoming a
published travel writer. His stories have appeared in the Sunday Travel Section of the
San Francisco Chronicle, Dallas Morning News and Los Angeles Times. Since 2009
he has published the online travel magazine
Tales Told From The Road.

In 2013 he began producing programs for the non-commercial community television
station Marin TV in San Rafael, California. His films have been shown on numerous
community TV stations across the U.S. and seven have been an “Official Selection” of
film festivals in the United States, Europe and Canada. His feature-length document

“Cuba, Libre?” has appeared in over sixty festivals and won eighteen awards to-date.

Dick Jordan lives at the Cascade Manor retirement community in South Eugene where
manages the community’s two-channel in-house television broadcast system.

Website address:  none available

Index of Groundwaters contributions:

Groundwaters 2020: An Anthology "The Year of Crises Issue": "Underwear: Don’t
Leave Home Without It" - page 86 (personal experience)