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Well-known Pacific Northwest playwright, novelist, screenwriter and educator Charles Deemer, looks backward and forward in this humorous and poignant selection of recent poems. With the wisdom of age and the energy of a much younger man, Deemer unmasks the aging process and demonstrates that there is much to laugh and sing about, and just as much to ponder in a world that stops for nobody. The 71 year-old writer has staked his claim on immortality with this fine collection.
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Charles Deemer is the editor of Oregon Literary Review and the artistic director of Small Screen Video. His book Seven Plays was a finalist for the Oregon Book Award. His novel Dead Body In A Small Room was a finalist for Foreword Magazine's Mystery of the Year award. Three of his stories were selected to the Roll of Honor in Best American Short Stories. His play “Famililly” won the 1997 Crossing Borders international new play competition. His other books include Kerouac's Scroll (novel), Love At Ground Zero (novel), Movies They Should Have Made (screenplays) and The Man Who Shot Elvis and Other Stories. Deemer recently began making digital films. His DVDs include Three Digital Short Films, Deconstructing Sally and The Farewell Wake. Deemer teaches screenwriting at Portland State University.
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Book Description Round Bend Press, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0983184054