Clifford Cope was born and raised on a small ranch in Tecolote New Mexico in a very indigenous environment. As a child and teenager in New Mexico he spent his time working on the ranch, hunting and trapping for furs. For fun he enjoyed snow skiing and motorcycles. Although he received his degree in anthropology, his focus was in science and research.
Clifford D. Cope is the author of three adult historical fiction books, two mystical soul searching and three children's books. His recently published book, Desert MASH:A Religious War Dipped In Oil has been called intriguing, thought provoking and similar to true life account of war veterans. His children's book, Caleb The Mouse Engineer is a beloved children's book that teaches children the beneficial and handy applications of math and physics. Caleb proves that although little you can still be mighty as long as you have a plan. His book, Trial of Billy Ranhalt is a heart breaking tale of the trial Billy puts himself through. Clifford Cope has many more stories to come and his unique writing style will have you counting the days until his next release. In his travels and adventures he has witnessed unfair treatment of humans as well as other animals based on their, race, color, age, sex and many other natural as well as cultural traits. He demonstrates some classified disabilities in his stories also as a very prejudicial avenue of unfair treatment still today.