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Full Name: William B Patrick
Born in Troy, New York, William B. Patrick has worked in many genres, including poetry, fiction, stage plays, screenplays, and non-fiction. His most recent book, We Didn't Come Here For This (BOA Editions, 1999), is a memoir in poetry. BOA published his last book of poetry, These Upraised Hands, in 1995. Roxa: Voices of the Culver Family (BOA, 1989), a novel in prose and poetry, won the 1990 Great Lakes College Association New Writers Award for the best first book of fiction. Letter to the Ghosts, Patrick's first book of poems (Ithaca House, 1977), was a finalist for the Elliston Award. Mr. Patrick spent eighteen months riding with professional firefighters and paramedics in Troy, New York, experiences which culminated in his most recent screenplay, "Fire Ground," as well as a radio play, "Rescue," that was commissioned by the BBC and aired world-wide in 1997, and "Saving Troy," a nonfiction work in progress. He is also the author of a teleplay,"Rachel's Dinner," which starred Olympia Dukakis and Peter Gerety, and aired nationally on ABC-TV in 1991. Mr. Patrick has taught creative writing for The New York State Writers' Institute at the State University of New York at Albany, at Old Dominion University, and at Salem State College, among others, and is currently working in arts-in-education for The Writer's Voice in Silver Bay, New York, and for Alternative Literary Programs (ALPS). He has received grants from the Academy of American Poets, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Massachusetts Artists Foundation, the Virginia Commission for the Arts, and, most recently, The New York Foundation for the Arts, to finish "Saving Troy." Publicist: Carmel Scalese, same address and telephone, carmels@worldnet.att.net.
Circuit Writer Information:
Category: N.Y.S.
Travel Range: Throughout New York State.
Transportation: Car.
Dates Available: Available for bookings for some limited dates during Fall, 1999, and is available in 2000.
Fees: Author will discuss fees directly with literary curator.
Contact Information: 2 The Crossways
Troy NY 12180
PH: 518-272-1446
FAX: 518-272-1446
Email: caltap@nycap.rr.com
Website (click here)
Author's Timeline:
1999 (Unknown) County
We Didn't Come Here For This
(Pub: BOA Editions, Ltd., boaedit@frontiernet.net, http://www.boaeditions.org, BOA Editions, Ltd., 260 East Avenue, Rochester, New York 14604. Author will bring books to readings. ISBN: 1-880238-71-3 paper.)
1995 (Unknown) County
These Upraised Hands
(Pub: BOA Editions, Ltd. ISBN: )
1989 (Unknown) County
Roxa: Voices Of The Culver Family
(Pub: BOA Editions, Ltd. ISBN: )
Novel in prose and poetry, winner of the 1990 Great Lakes College Association New Writers Award for the best first book of fiction. 
1977 (Unknown) County
Letter To The Ghosts
(Pub: Ithaca House. ISBN: )
Patrick's first book of poems; was a finalist for the Elliston Award.  
2005 Rensselaer County
Saving Troy
1997 (Unknown) County
Radio play. 
1991 (Unknown) County
Rachel's Dinner
? Rensselaer County
William B. Patrick was born in Troy, New York. 
? (Unknown) County
Fire Ground
? (Unknown) County
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