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novelist , poet

Daniel Vincent Pavlish, American poet, novelist. Recipient Editor's Choice awards The National Library of Poetry, 1993-1998, Larry Cook Memorial award Eastern Montana College, 1986; named Poet of Merit, International Society Poets, 1994-1995; inducted into International Poetry Hall of Fame, Owings Mills, Maryland, 1996. Member SCRABBLE.

Background

Pavlish, Daniel Vincent was born on October 20, 1966 in Billings, Montana, United States. Son of Donald Charles and Mary Regina (Tobin) Pavlish.

Education

Bachelor in Mass Communications, Eastern Montana College, Billings, 1990. Student, May Technology College, Billings, 1990.

Career

Various positions, Billings, also Eugene, Oregon, 1990-1994. Floor clerk Bi-Mart, Eugene, since 1995. Ambassador of poetry International Society Poets, Washington, since 1995.

Emcee Voices of Paradise, Eugene, 1996-1997.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (spy novel) PAV, 1987, (spy novel series) Crusader I-IV, 1987-1992, (spiritual science fiction) The New Apostles, 1994, (poetry) Cafe Jones, 1994.

Membership

Member SCRABBLE.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Writing, bicycling, collecting, puzzles, volleyball.

Connections

Married Sheila Follingstad, October 1, 1994.

father:
Donald Charles Pavlish

mother:
Mary Regina (Tobin) Pavlish

spouse:
Sheila Follingstad