Jack Pulaski Courting Laura Providencia

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Jack Pulaski grew up in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, NY. His stories have appeared in The Iowa Review, Ohio Review, Tikkun, Ploughshares, The New England Review, among others. His first book of short stories (The St. Veronica Gig Stories) was published by Zephyr in 1986. Pulaski currently lives in Vermont.

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