Corey Lee Wilson

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Original short description: "American author and freedom of speech activist"


Corey Lee Wilson is an American author known for fratire themes in his work.[1][2]

Early life and education

Corey Lee Wilson was born February 25, 1958, to Judy and Leland Wilson, followed a year later by his brother Todd Anthony Wilson. His parents divorced in 1963. In Dec. 1967, Judy lost custody of her boys to her parents, Buck and Laurie Breedlove, after being deemed an unfit mother by the Child Protective Services division of the California Department of Social Services.

Corey Lee Wilson graduated Claremont High School in 1977, after attending eighteen different schools. In 1979, he enrolled at Mt. San Antonio College and received an AA in Liberal Arts in 1981. The same year, he enrolled at California State Polytechnic University and graduated four years later with honors in 1985 with a BS in Economics.

Personal life

Corey Lee Wilson lives in Corona, California, with his wife, Natedao Arumsri Glovin. He has one daughter.

Awards and honors

Select bibliography

  • Wilson, Corey L. (1984): Alpha Kappa Sigma History. Pomona, CA: Sir Speedy Printers.
  • Wilson, Corey Lee (2018): Wildflowers(book). Corona, CA: Fratire Publishing. ISBN 978-0-9847490-0-3.
  • Wilson, Corey Lee(2018): Wildflowers (Screenplay)
  • Wilson, Corey Lee (2018): So You Want to Date My Daughter? A Father's Rulebook on the Do's and Don’ts for Dating His Little Princess. Corona, CA: Fratire Publishing. ISBN 978-0-9847490-1-0.
  • Wilson, Corey Lee (2018): Every Daughter Deserves a Gentleman: How to Master Gentlemanly Behavior & Become a Gentleman. Corona, CA: Fratire Publishing. ISBN 978-0-9847490-2-7.
  • Wilson, Corey Lee (2018): Every Son Deserves a Lady: How to Master Ladylike Behavior & Become a Lady. Corona, CA: Fratire Publishing. ISBN 978-0-9847490-3-4.