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Gary Gildner

Poetry, Nonfiction

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Catalog Number: 20031231, 20011024, 20010523

Gary Gildner, the author of 17 books of poetry, fiction, and memoir--all reflecting his varied experiences from his Fulbright days in Poland and Slovakia to his childhood on his Polish grandfather’s farm.  In this public poetry reading, Gildner shares his passions for fishing, spending time with his young daughter, and living in the beautiful world of the Idaho mountains, where he now works as a fulltime writer.

| Subject Matter: Family, Nature | Interview Year: 2000 | Genre: Poetry, Nonfiction | Awards: Senior Fulbright Lecturer |

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