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The Moe Green Discussion with Guest Fred Moramarco

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Join Melissa F. Alvarado as she talks Fred Moramarco bout his new book The City Of Eden

Fred Moramarco is the Founding Editor of Poetry International and Professor Emeritus at San Diego State University where he taught American Literature and Creative Writing. His recently published collection of poetry is
The City of Eden (http://www.amazon.com/City-Eden-Poems-Life/dp/144999816X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1296828672&sr=8-1) He is the author or editor of seven books, including Containing Multitudes: Poetry in the US since 1950, The Poetry of Men’s Lives, Men of Our Time, Italian Pride: 101 Reasons to Be Proud You’re Italian, and Deliciously Italian, the latter two co-authored with his son Steve, an L.A. actor, musician and filmmaker. 
Moramarco is also Artistic Director of Laterthanever Productions and co-produced the Patté Award winning Hannah and Martin at the Lyceum Theater in 2006. He also produced and directed the west coast premiere of A.R. Gurney’s Mrs. Farnsworth in 2004, and adapted and directed three of Raymond Carver’s short stories (What We Talk About When We Talk About Love) for Laterthanever Productions earlier this year. He has performed at the Old Globe, The San Diego Rep, The Theatre Inc, Sledgehammer, Diversionary Theatre and other San Diego theatre companies. 

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