Marjorie DeBol DeFazio (March 29,1933 / Detroit, Michigan)
Marjorie DeBol DeFazio has written and directed for TV, radio and the stage. Her work includes A Small Corner, Barren Spring, When Women Got the Vote, His name is Adam, and with Patricia Horan, Revolution to Revolution, and “…What Time of Night it is”.
With Anne Brady, she compiled and edited Raising Our Voices, Women Up Through the Ages, a selection of poetry about women, by women, ... more »
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- “Suburbia: Of Thee I Sing”*
- A Casualty Of War
- A Fierce And Wonderful Storm
- A Mouse Is A Nocturnal Creature
- A Sunday Morning
- April Spring
- Betty Friedan Died
- Driving Home
- Fall Pond
- Fishing Time
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