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'''Victor Schwartzman''' (b. 1945 August 19) is a Canadian author, poet, editor and literary activist. ==Biography== Victor was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1945. He studied creative writing at Queens College, City University of New York. He was married around 1975 and has two children. Victor was a human rights officer in Manitoba for 21 years. He is now retired and living in Vancouver, Canada. He does a lot of volunteer work, ranging from hosting a writers’ circle (soon for a Vancouver organization providing services to clients with disabilities) to running the movie room at the Winnipeg science fiction convention for 15 years. Victor was a founding member of the [[Guild of Outsider Writers]] and current member of the [[Outsider Writers Collective and Press]]. ==Select Works Online== ===Poetry=== * [http://www.redfez.net/poetry/970 "On a clear day, can you see God?"], ''[[Red Fez]]'' (Sep 2007) [[Category:People|Schwartzman]] [[Category:Poets|Schwartzman]] [[Category:Authors|Schwartzman]] [[Category:Editors|Schwartzman]]
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