Kevin Thaddeus FisherPaulson

Rookie - 373 Points [Captain Paulson] (July 20,1958 / New York, New York)

Biography of Kevin Thaddeus FisherPaulson

Kevin Thaddeus Fisher-Paulson studied writing at the University of Notre Dame, with subsequent coursework at the University of Oregon and the University of Iowa. He studied in workshop with Dorothy Allison and Steve Abbott.

Kevin's book, A Song for Lost Angels, was a silver medalist in the Benjamin Franklin Award and a finalist in the National Independent Bookseller Awards. His stories also appear in When Love Lasts Forever and the Human Agenda.

Kevin's performance works have appeared in the National AIDS Theater Festival, Theater Rhinoceros and the ODC NextWave Festival.

Kevin and his husband Brian live in mysterious San Francisco with their two adopted sons and four rescue dogs.

Kevin Thaddeus FisherPaulson's Works:

A Song for Lost Angels, When Love Lasts Forever, the Human Agenda Updates

The Last Drag

My hair askew with
that lopsided look you get
sleeping in a chair
in a hospital, the copy of Isabel Allende’s Zorro
fallen to the floor.
He had woken up before me, humming to the
drip of morphine,

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