native of Ft. Worth, Texas, now living in Georgetown, Texas, is
a freelance writer, specializing in aviation and aviation history.
Her articles appear in Woman Pilot magazine, General Aviation News
and FLYER newspaper, Vintage Airplane, Flight Journal, Women in
Aviation, International, Aviation History, and Aviation Buyers
Digest, as well as local and regional periodicals. Her poems and
short stories have also been published.
has wanted to write her entire life. In junior high school, she
was features editor for the school newspaper, The Rosetta.
to Brian Moses, retired corporate pilot, they maintain several affiliations
with aviation-related organizations, which include the Texas Chapter
Antique Airplane Association; Frontiers of Flight museum; The Jimmy
Doolittle Squadron, Special Aviation History Collection, University
of Texas at Dallas; Experimental Aircraft Association and the Sun
City Aviation Club. They own a Globe Swift and a Piper Vagabond.
world of aviation has always fascinated Phyllis. She spends much
of her time studying its history from the myths and legends up to
the modern space age. She finds the most interesting part is learning
about the early pioneers who had the visions and dreams. Their persistence
led the way to the modern technology that made aviation what it