George Wallace

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88 Dunlop RoadHuntington, NY 11743
Phone: 
(631) 258-8422
E-mail: 
Website: 
www.poetrybay.com

Author's Bio

Publications and Prizes

Book

Tales of a Yuppie Dropout
(Writers Ink Press,
1992)
The Milking Jug
(Cross-Cultural Communications,
1989)
After The Fall
(Butcher Shop Press,
2005)
50 Love Poems / 50 Poesie D'Amore
(La Finestra Editrice,
2004)
Swimming Through Water / Nuotando Attraverso L'Aqua
(La Finestra Editrice,
2003)
Burn My Heart In Wet Sand
(Troubadour,
2004)
Without Benefit Of Men
(Chlenskiy Publishing,
2004)
Poems of Augie Prime
(Writers Ink Press,
1999)
Wrestling Godzilla
(Green Panda Press,
2007)
Summer Of Love, Summer Of Love
(Shivastan Press,
2008)
When I Was Dead
(Flarestack Publishing U.K.,
2006)
Sunny Side Up The Dream Cloud Egg
(Good Japan Press,
2008)
Who's Handling Your Aubergines
(Green Panda Press,
2008)
Poppin Johnny
(Three Rooms Press,
2009)
Jumping Over The Moon
(Boone's Dock Press,
2011)
Sleeping Beauty's Revenge
(NightBallet Press,
2012)
The Hard Stuff
(NightBallet Press,
2012)
Incident on the Orient Express
(Nirala Publications, New Delhi, India,
2012)
EOS: Abductor of Men
(Three Rooms Press,
2012)
Belt Buckles and Bibles
(NightBallet Press,
2013)

Anthology

Greatest Hits
(Pudding House Publications,
2003)

Journal

Lips
2014)
Rialto
2014)
South Florida Poetry Review
2014)
Prizes: 
2003-2005 First poet laureate, Suffolk County LI NY. 2011-2012 Writer in Residence, Walt Whitman Birthplace

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Born in: 
Hempstead, NY
Raised in: 
Huntington, NY

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Listing last updated: July 17, 2013.

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