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Author Interview: Don't Let Me Die In Disneyland - A Novel by J.A. Marzán

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Don't Let Me Die in Disneyland: The 3-D Life of Eddie Loperena by J.A. Marzán

ISBN-13: 978-1948598026  SRP (Paperback) $19.95 / SRP (eBook) $8.99  / Published by OPEN BOOKS / October 15, 2018

 

A picaresque, smart, and smartass memoir of Harvard lawyer Eddie Loperena’s Newyorican life 

J.A. Marzán, a graduate of Fordham U., (B.A.), Columbia U. (M.F.A), and New York U. (Ph.D.), was Poet Laureate of Queens, N.Y. from 2004-2007. His novel, The Bonjour Gene, was a University of Wisconsin Press submission to the 2004 Pulitzer Prize. 

“Marzán displays the wit and intellectual verve rarely seen in contemporary literature."—Pulitzer Prize winner Oscar Hijuelos. 

Nonfiction credits include: The Spanish American Roots of William Carlos Williams, (U. Texas Press). Poetry credits include: Translations without Originals (English) and Puerta de Tierra (Spanish). Poems in English appear in several editions of various college texts, among them The Bedford Introduction to LiteratureLatino Boom, and Literature: Reading to Write and in distinguished journals, among them PloughsharesTin House, and Harper”s Magazine. A profile of him was published in the fall 2009 issue of Columbia Magazine.?

J.A. Marzán makes his home in Queens, New York.

https://juliomarzan.com/

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National Hispanic Heritage Month 2018 in United States of America will begin on Saturday, September 15 and ends on Monday, October 15

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