Karl Koweski

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Koweski was born and raised in Hammond, Indiana, a suburb of Chicago. Not much is else known about his early years, but he has said he now lives on a mountain and is thought to have sung lead and played banjo in the now defunct country/punk/disco band "The Screaming Shits".
Koweski was born and raised in Hammond, Indiana, a suburb of Chicago. Not much is else known about his early years, but he has said he now lives on a mountain and is thought to have sung lead and played banjo in the now defunct country/punk/disco band "The Screaming Shits".
===Literary career===
===Literary career===
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Koweski was a resident writer for the now defunct online literary magazine, ''[[Cherry Bleeds]]''.<ref>[http://www.cherrybleeds.com/words/guest/karl-may.html Cherry Bleeds:Author Bio]</ref> In April 2006, Koweski's column "Phantom of the Okra" began appearing on [[AntiMuse]].<ref>[http://www.antimuse.org/cgi-bin/pageserver.cgi?page=06040106 AntiMuse Archives]</ref> In Issue #72 (November 2006) of ''Zygote in my Coffee'', Editor [[Brian Fugett]] announced Koweski would be joining him as co-editor.<ref>http://www.zygoteinmycoffee.com/issue72cover.html Zygote in my Coffee:Issue 72</ref><br /><br />Since ''Zygote in My Coffee's'' demise, "Observations of a Dumb Polack" was picked up by ''[[Red Fez Publications]]'', a quarterly-published online magazine; it debuted in its Fall 2010 issue. Koweski also hosts "The Polish Hammer Poetry Hour" on BlogTalk Radio after co-hosting the now-defunct "Zygote in My Radio" show with Fugett.<br /><br />In October 2010, Koweski sold the rights to his first novel, ''Can't Kill a Man Born to Hang'', to Garden City, Mich.-based [[Black Coffee Press]]. It is slated for release in November 2012. A second book, his first full-length collection of short stories entitled ''Blood and Greasepaint'', was released Dec. 31st, 2010.<br /><br />Koweski also was a key member in the ''[[Guild of Outsider Writers]]'', now known as ''[[Outsider Writers Collective and Press]]''.<ref>[http://www.outsiderwriters.org/about Outsider Writers:About]</ref>
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Koweski was a resident writer for the now defunct online literary magazine, ''[[Cherry Bleeds]]''.<ref>[http://www.cherrybleeds.com/words/guest/karl-may.html Cherry Bleeds:Author Bio]</ref> In April 2006, Koweski's column "Phantom of the Okra" began appearing on [[AntiMuse]].<ref>[http://www.antimuse.org/cgi-bin/pageserver.cgi?page=06040106 AntiMuse Archives]</ref> In Issue #72 (November 2006) of ''Zygote in my Coffee'', Editor [[Brian Fugett]] announced Koweski would be joining him as co-editor.<ref>http://www.zygoteinmycoffee.com/issue72cover.html Zygote in my Coffee:Issue 72</ref><br /><br />Since ''Zygote in My Coffee's'' demise, "Observations of a Dumb Polack" was picked up by ''[[Red Fez Publications]]'', a quarterly-published online magazine; it debuted in its Fall 2010 issue. Koweski also hosts "The Polish Hammer Poetry Hour" on BlogTalk Radio after co-hosting the now-defunct "Zygote in My Radio" show with Fugett.<br /><br />In October 2010, Koweski sold the rights to his first novel, ''Can't Kill a Man Born to Hang'', to Garden City, Mich.-based [[Black Coffee Press]]. It is slated for release in November 2012. A second book, his first full-length collection of short stories entitled ''Blood and Greasepaint'', is set for release Dec. 31st, 2010.<br /><br />Koweski also was a key member in the ''[[Guild of Outsider Writers]]'', now known as ''[[Outsider Writers Collective and Press]]''.<ref>[http://www.outsiderwriters.org/about Outsider Writers:About]</ref>
==Styles and Themes==
==Styles and Themes==

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