On tonight's episode I'm pleased to welcome Duane Vorhees for an interview and reading.
Duane Vorhees spent decades in Korea and Japan, teaching university classes to American military personnel and their families. Now he divides his time between Kon Kaen, Thailand, and Farmersville, Ohio. He is the proprietor of a daily literary zine, duanespoetree.blogspot.com, and recently Hawakal, in Kolkata, India, published "Love's Autobiography," the opening part of "The Many Loves of Duane Vorhees." (The rest of the collection is forthcoming.) He can also be found reading his works on his Youtube channel and on an ongoing basis on the "Mind the Gap" audio series in the UK.
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