Tom Janikowski

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After secondary school, Janikowski studied English and Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee and eventually at the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, where he studied fiction under author [http://www.larry-watson.com/ Larry Watson] and poetry under [http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n83-175175 William L.M.H. Clark].  Graduating in 1994 with a philosophy degree, Janikowski's professional writing was limited to book reviews for ''GP Light'', the English Language supplement to ''Gwiazda Polarna'' - the nation's largest Polish-language newspaper.
After secondary school, Janikowski studied English and Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee and eventually at the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, where he studied fiction under author [http://www.larry-watson.com/ Larry Watson] and poetry under [http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n83-175175 William L.M.H. Clark].  Graduating in 1994 with a philosophy degree, Janikowski's professional writing was limited to book reviews for ''GP Light'', the English Language supplement to ''Gwiazda Polarna'' - the nation's largest Polish-language newspaper.
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Janikowski continued his studies at the oldest degree-granting institution in the state of Wisconsin, earning a Master's Degree in 2002.  Despite this setback, he is still able to write in complete sentences and in the past several years he has focused almost exclusively on short fiction.  His forthcoming ''Crawford County Sketchbook'' is a collection of tales set in a fictional county somewhere in the deep south.
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Janikowski continued his studies at the oldest degree-granting institution in the state of Wisconsin, earning a Master's Degree in 2002.  Despite this setback, he is still able to write in complete sentences and in the past several years he has focused almost exclusively on short fiction.  His debut novel '' The Crawford County Sketchbook'' is a collection of tales set in a fictional county somewhere in the deep south, and was published by Red Hen Press of Pasadena in 2015.

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