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Name:
John Palcewski
Birthdate:
1 March 1942
External Services:
  • palcewski@gmail.com
  • forioscribe@livejournal.com
  • forioscribe@livejournal.com
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John Palcewski has enjoyed an eclectic career as a publishing house copywriter, wire service photojournalist, magazine editor, music/drama critic, short story writer, and fine arts photographer. His work appears in the literary and academic press as well as in a substantial number of online publications. A former New Yorker, he lives in a vineyard’s villa near the village of Forio on Ischia, a volcanic island in the bay of Naples, not far from Capri. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Moravian College, and studied photography and videotape production at New York University. Palcewski's profile of jazz great Miles Davis appears in MILES ON MILES, an anthology recently published by Lawrence Hill Books, an imprint of Chicago Review Press.

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Education:

BA, Journalism, Moravian College, 1986. Elected to Alpha Sigma Lambda, national honor society for continuing education students.

Photography courses in color and b&w, videotape production, and darkroom techniques, New York University, 1970-1975.

Publishing History

MEMORIA NERA, Archipelago
http://www.archipelago.org/vol9/palcewski.htm

"Elegy, As If I Meant It," 96-line poem, Evergreen Review, April 1967.
www.frogtownbooks.com/cgibin/ftb455/scan/mp=keywords/se=Fiction/st=sql/tf=author/tf=title/cs=no/em=yes

"Peripatetic," long poem, Evergreen Review, May 1969.
www.evergreenreview.com/archive/Volume_13_66.htm

"Ahab and Ishmael," short story, Electric Acorn 7.
www.dublinwriters.org/eacorn/EA7/pacewskistory.html

"Pianissimo Major," short story, Electric Acorn 8.
www.dublinwriters.org/eacorn/EA8/palcewskistory.html

"His Journey Westward," short story, Electric Acorn 9.
acorn.dublinwriters.org/EA9/palcewskistory.html

"The Red Boat," short story, Electric Acorn 12.
acorn.dublinwriters.org/EA12/palcewskistory.html

"Two Portraits," photographs of Muhammad Ali and dear friend Brad Stubbs, Archipelago, Volume 6.
www.archipelago.org/vol6-1/palcewski.htm

"Patroness of the Arts," Short Story, Eclectica Magazine
http://www.eclectica.org/v4n4/palcewski.html

"Man in the Mirror," Short Story, Eclectica Magazine
www.eclectica.org/v6n3/palcewski.html

"Sophia Loren's Daughter?" The Maria/Sophia connection, Eclectica Magazine
www.eclectica.org/v7n4/palcewski.html

"An Encounter with Andrew Harvey," Interview, Eclectical Magazine
http://www.eclectica.org/v10n2/palcewski.html

"Nurse Miriam," Short Story, Eclectica magazine
http://www.eclectica.org/v11n4/palcewski.html

Witness: a Memoir-in-Progress, Eclectica Magazine
http://www.eclectica.org/v13n1/palcewski.html

Dawn of Civility, Short Story, Eclectica Magazine
http://www.eclectica.org/v4n2/palcewski.html

"Exhumations," Autobiography, Eclectica magazine
http://www.eclectica.org/v20n1/palcewski.html

"The Blind Barber," short story, Atomic Petals, A Journal of Art & Literature, Winter 2003.
www.atomicpetals.com/jp03.htm

"Spell," short story, Sunoasis, August 2002.
www.sunoasis.com/spell.html

"Oddly Familiar," short story, Adirondack Review, Winter 2003.
adirondackreview.homestead.com/palcewski2.html

"Ballet Class," "Muhammad Ali," "Betty's Dream," et. al., photographic images, Tryst, Vol 3, Issue 1.
www.tryst3.com/issue1/palcewski1.html

"Bronze Foot," "Nose Bridge," "Keep It Simple," "Pictures from Vittoria's Island," photographic images, Avatar Review, Vol 5.
http://3.avatarreview.com:8081/avatar5/stories/storyReader$435

"A Vision," short story, Pierian Springs, Issue 4.
www.pieriansprings.net/issue4a/palcewski.html

"Castello Aragonese," photographic image, Adirondack Review.
http://adirondackreview.homestead.com/palcewskiphoto.html

"Don't Ask," short story, Samasara Quarterly, No. 9.
www.samsaraquarterly.net/9/palcewski.htm

"Expressive Aphasia," short story, Megaera, Summer 2002.
www.megaera.org/Megaera/summer02/palcewski.html

"A Wild Pig," short story, Amarillo Bay.
www.amarillobay.org/contents/ palcewski-john/wild-pig.htm

"Sale Today," photographic image, Branches, April 2002.
www.branchesquarterly.com/1.2/Contributor1.2.htm

"Vittoria's Island," excerpts, Atomic Petals, Summer 2002.
www.atomicpetals.com/jp2.htm

"Soft Gold Cascade," short story, Conspire, winter 2003-04.
www.conspire.org/21_palcewski.php

"What Might Have Been," cover photography, Samsara Quarterly, Vol. 1, No. 2.
www.thedrunkenboat.com/samsarazine.htm

"The Train Will Never Come," short story, Stirring, A Literary Collection, Vol. 2, No. 5.
www.sundress.net/stirring/archives/v2/e5/

"Graffito," short story, Amarillo Bay, Volume 6, No. 1.
www.amarillobay.com/contents/palcewski-john/ graffito-body.htm

All imagefiction, nonfiction and photography that appears on Forioscribe's Live Journal is Copyright © 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016 by John Palcewski.

Scribo ergo sum.



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