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Kevin Thaddeus Fisher-Paulson earned a degree in American Studies from the University of Notre Dame in 1980. Subsequently, he has studied writing with Dorothy Allison, Jessica Hagedorn and Steve Abbott and has attended courses at the University of Iowa, the University of Oregon, the Writing Salon and the Mendocino Coast Writers Conference.
He contributed regularly as a writer to The Sentinel, and his stories/poems have been seen in The James White Literary Review, Amethyst, Oberon, RFD, the San Francisco Chronicle and Suburban Wilderness.
His essay, Virtue Enough for Miss Grrrl was published as part of an anthology, When Love Lasts Forever, by Pilgrim Press, a sequel to which is currently in production.
His plays and monologues have been produced in the ODC Summerfest (Confessions of a Jaywalker) , Theater Rhinoceros (Girl Tawk), the National AIDS Theater Festival (Girl Tawk), the Gay and Lesbian Dance Festival (Confessions of a Jaywalker) and the Bay Area Dance Series (The Red Thread).
Kevin contributes irregularly to the National Public Radio Perspective Series.
His works have won awards through Books, Inc, The Sentinel, Lyric and For Poets Only.
He has taught courses in inspiration and creativity through the California Peer Support Association.
Fearless Books has recently published his memoir, A Song for Lost Angels, and he is currently working on the sequel, A Table for Lost Angels.
Kevin lives with his husband Brian, their two sons and their four rescue dogs in mysterious San Francisco. When not writing, he serves as Captain of the Honor Guard for the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department.
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